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The Last Word

 

The last Word  A poem can be a line, she said.  I couldn’t leave it without justifying, barking thoughts after the fact, a defense mechanism, an expression of my own apprehension to accept simplicity.  I worry what they all think, what he thinks, fear manifested in ramblings that say nothing.  A poem can be a line.

I’m having an out of body experience at the moment, looking at the last week of my life from across a room. I see it and I think I feel it, but I can’t quite believe it’s mine. 

Celebrate luck with wine, good food, and many many hugs. 

–Leanne Rebecca

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Poetry and music.

3 thoughts on “The Last Word

  1. poetry can be one line, or many, both of which can say nothing in total, or something. I liked this one!! but don’t ever worry about what others think, it’s a total waste of time. Write about what you want, its an expression of your deepest thoughts and feelings, and expression will give you peace. that’s why most of us write, because it releases feelings, and gives us peace… few of us really care what others think, or we may have in the beginning, but we discovered over time that it makes us whole… because we have to spew … like breathing .. we just must!! it’s the sign of a real writer!!!! 🙂

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