Poems

Quote Of The Day #24

Image by Pexels from Pixabay Talking with an old friend, I suddenly felt the urge to find some quotes about friendship. These are several I found from books. I tried to find a quote by George Orwell, but he didn’t write about friendship much. Still reviewing several pages of his essays, my love for his … Continue reading Quote Of The Day #24

Poem Of The Day #17

I am not sure how the story goes, what he or she does, how he poses or how she clothes. Only a vague idea grows and grows. Things good or bad or hectic, with an unexpected Asian twist. Relationships possible, and even electric, but something is lacking–what is it? Imaginations so aimless, considerations endless, plot … Continue reading Poem Of The Day #17

Poem Of The Day #16

Image by Gabriele M. Reinhardt from Pixabay It’s hard to miss you, it’s impossible not to miss you, it’s delusional to try to get you back, it’s a quiet desperation to live and breathe as if everything is normal. Love has no exit. I will watch a sad movie, binge a show, devour a bag … Continue reading Poem Of The Day #16

Quote Of The Day #19

Quotes about love are my favorite. Good or bad, funny or boring, idealistic or cynical, common sense or crazy, sentimental or logical, passionate or insipid. I don’t mind what kind. I love them all.

Poem Of The Day #15

Image by Ylanite Koppens from Pixabay Love is a blind leap from the quietness of our frozen presumption. Suddenly the hushed order we proudly immure ourselves becomes laughable and absurd– from a lover’s eye. All the mistakes we made– casually construed, clumsily carried out. Then it abruptly ended when you stormed off. You had a … Continue reading Poem Of The Day #15

Poem Of The Day #14

Image by Dariusz Sankowski from Pixabay In an alternative history of an alternative universe, we would have nagged each other to death. You are so clean and immaculate– your desk is free of a speck of dust, pens, files, folders line up as if soldiers in morning drills. How much your mother must have tidied … Continue reading Poem Of The Day #14

Poem Of The Day #13

Photo by Landon Parenteau on Unsplash The end of May feels more like the peak of summer– heat, humidity, haze, blinding light– reminding me of that very hot day long long ago. In such a delirious temperature, even stones were hot, but you were so cold, as usual. A life of inescapable chores, an unhelpful … Continue reading Poem Of The Day #13

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