Monthly Archives: February 2012

Loss

I miss you being here, by my side, my friend, my soul mate. I miss seeing your face. Everything is so different now. I’m on my own. You’re not here to help, to answer my questions or agree with my … Continue reading

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A Second Of Time

You all look so pathetic sitting there. You, Sir, sat there doing your newspaper puzzle, you probably work for a big bank. Look at you all, you’re all the same, the banker type. Even you, Madam, sat on the opposite … Continue reading

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In Front Of Her

“Do you take sugar and milk Deborah?” Mary asked. “Just milk please and call me Debbie” she replied. Mary squeezed the tea bag and put it on the side, picked up the three mugs of tea and walked through to … Continue reading

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Death Ride

The ship is throwing me forwards and backwards and I’m scared. I’m strapped into my seat so I cannot be injured or thrown overboard. The constant motion is making me feel queasy. The howling wind and rain plays like a … Continue reading

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Stop

You! Stop! Listen! I’m selling Only for today. I stop, listen, then walk away.

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Snow

The Snow Falling Stopped my old Aching car from stalling. Covered in snow it would not go.

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Lost

One Lost Loved one Always there In your memories, Cherished and never forgotten.

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