Prose Poetry: Movement – 24/10/19

Movement swirling about my mind, looking for little chasms to rest. To parade and fly can be dandy, but growing opportunities and situations present as a test. The gaps in the countryside are special to explore as they can be, but the Wind begs to rest himself; he has travelled too far, and with lessening ease.

Free the hurricanes, the gusting winds, allow the movements to fly with no delicateness, please! Let them gust and blow, until tomorrow or future morrows, where they shall land and hide is anyone’s guess. Little hurricanes now circle little chasms, and aren’t they so beautiful to witness. A delicate mess, if you will. The Wind lays down his weary head, feeling utterly blessed.

© 2019 Alice Well Art, Lauren M. Hancock also known as Alice Well. All rights reserved.  


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        1. I’m sorry that things are hard for you at the moment. And I thank you for your kind offer to discuss anything, I do appreciate it. Things are going okay for myself right now, I have experienced much worse, and I’m glad for the stability I have right now. I also extend an offer to you to share anything you’re going through. It can be terrible to be isolated when one just needs an ear to listen.

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        2. Thanks. Fortunately, I have 2 or 3 other roomates, so I’m not totally alone. I just don’t know anyone in the new town I moved to. In fact, I don’t know many people from back home these days either. Loneliness is getting to me.

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        3. I understand. For me, even being in a new suburb was isolating, but being in a new town without knowing anyone must be far worse. How do you spend your spare time? Would there maybe be a writing group in your town that you could find online?

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