Tag: romanticism

Caught in the Rain

It’s situations like these where having my face pummeled by walking or stomping or running or jumping feet is validated. We all have our moments. These instances come across as obvious or picked up on after a brief amount of time. If I had a heart, it would be worn on my sleeve. (Actually, there is a heart within me,…

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A Little Bit of Ink

As usual, I’ve been picking up and thumbing through the E. E. Cummings collection of poetry as usual, taking time and appreciation with it. Of course, a few of them give a metaphorical slap of inspiration, convincing the desire to write something. It’s important to keep in mind that we have our own voices, which should…

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The Blossoms

This song has refused to leave my head since this past autumn. Not sure when, where, or why it placed itself in there. It’s not a bad song to have in your head for such a length of time, but I want to pass it on. You’ll catch yourself whistling it. I hope. In preparation…

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Before We First Met…

I wrote this poem upon hearing this song, and keeping in mind the piece of flash fiction that was written the other day. That’s about it.  It’s a happy completion of my self-imposed 31-Day Challenge.  Enjoy. Before we first met, before I first fell for you, lamp light had paved the way along the river…

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Benched

There is a bit of a moment going on, and there is a bit of a block.  However, there was an older couple on a bench moments ago.  If you haven’t guessed, or if you have, the setting’s Downtown Syracuse, and they (we) were in the Armory Square area.  They were sitting next to one another, and…

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Nothing About Something

It doesn’t matter where he’s from.  It doesn’t matter where she’s from. For now. However, it will have to come to that point eventually, and that is whether they are together or they are not together, whether she meets someone else or he meets someone else.  Truth be told, for this matter, they have not…

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