Poem: Aligning – 21/12/20

Reopening the pages,
aligning myself with the words,
wondering if there’s time to experience
a delicate tingle,
an enlightening surge.

I may have cast aside the others
within these pages
for far too long,
will they accept my return,
can we rejoice,
can we sing a jubilant welcoming song?

I don’t know whether or not
the time will become important or determined,
but I wonder to myself,
will I send my words to them?

Will I dare share my thoughts and opinions,
when perhaps they shouldn’t know of these,
the time to absorb these has long been avoided,
allow my words to be breath like a summer’s breeze.

© 2020 Lauren M. Hancock. All rights reserved.
Photo by Laura Kapfer on Unsplash

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5 Comments

  1. My grandfather taught me. Don’t waste words on people who don’t listen dear Lauren.
    “Will I dare share my thoughts and opinions,
    when perhaps they shouldn’t know of these,
    the time to absorb these has long been avoided,
    allow my words to be breath like a summer’s breeze.”
    I loved the above lines. Meaningful and worthwhile.

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