Unwanted Love


Unwanted Love

To this lady,
I’ve met of late.
Who caused my heart,
to oscillate.

Who took the time,
to share with me.
Her man was gone,
I thought her free.

This news I deemed,
had opened the door.
I consoled her,
and thought of more.

Of sweet poetry,
and even prose.
A tender kiss,
a pure white rose.

A garden stroll,
in gentle rain.
Of days filled,
with anti-pain.

Of soft embrace,
and sowing seed.
Of openness,
and trusting need.

The jokes apparent,
I couldn’t see.
Her heart is frozen,
she’s not for me.

The only door,
that opened free.
Was one long closed,
deep within me.

I shall march on,
and will no more.
Go back that way,
knock upon her door.

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Child Lost


Child Lost
When my parents problems
seemed so large,
and mine so small.
I fell silent and asked on more.

Drew in the pain in, stuffing it.
Locked it in that deep dark place,
where I rarely go.

That place where gargoyles
and demons live.
Where rampant anger dwells.

I dare not go there,
for when I emerge.
Someone may get hurt,
when feelings swell.

I will explode.
The blast ,
destroying the city.
Leaving a crater
to the threshold of Hades.

When will it all end?
I can’t go on.
Should I find a speeding car?
Poison?
A gun?

My lovers leave me.
And others as well.
I am so ashamed.
What’s wrong with me?

What have I done so bad?
Why doesn’t anyone accept me as I am?
I hang my head in shame,
dare not look anyone in the eyes,
lest they see my pain.

Be strong like a good little one.
Carry that load with dignity.
Why are you slouching?
Straighten that back!

Why can’t you play quietly,
like other kids?
I’ve worked hard,
given you all I could.

Where is the love?
Where are the hugs and kisses I need?
I just wanted to sit
in your lap and talk.

Why can’t we go to the park?
What do you mean,
my kitten is dead?
What happened to spot?
Why did you get rid of him?

I don’t want to get up in the mornings.
There’s nothing to look forward to.
I escape to that special place,
where I can be anything.

Where people want and need me.
Where I can do good
and help the world.
If only I could stay here forever.

The alarm rings, mom calls
the euphoria is gone.
I must be strong,
must carry on.

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Spotlight on Street Photography Blogs


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Spotlight on Street Photography Blogs


Add your thoughts here… (optional)Since the onset of color television, I haven’t cared for black and white pictures. I have changed my mind. The street photos have changed my my perspective. The street pictures are very artistic and have captured my attention as no other. Kudos. Great work!

The WordPress.com Blog

Public places, candid snapshots, fleeting moments captured. That’s what street photography is all about, and the following eight blogs do it beautifully:

Jimmy on the Run


365 From the Archive


Über die Webbographie


Sami Alramyan


Without an H


Perpetuum Mobile


A Walk with My Camera


Bones, Mugs & Harmony

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