Realizing late in the evening that the day had almost past and I had not committed to composing a poem, I set to the task….
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Nice work, Matt. That’s a true prize-poem for an end-of-day effort.
Thanks Jessica. You’re too kind. Maybe I need to switch my writing routine to end-of-day instead of a morning ritual.
I like it just like it is. Powerful. Very visual.
Thank you! And thanks for leaving a comment. I appreciate the feedback.
A really beautiful fragment, like a frozen moment in time’s grasp. Just maybe tomorrow you will create another magical verse with it as primordium. Thanks for sharing. Please find time to read my poetry on my blog, Rain-Chimes, http://drsmitasriwas280.wordpress.com/