Poems · writing

Absently Minding

Joy and sorrow, pleasure and pain

They trickle down your face the same

Keeps my mind in check

A silhouette

I’m fading, fading,

I’m fading again.

Sprinting to the end of my words,

(Worlds)

The ghost of you,

An empty room.


Helloooo I’m alive

4 thoughts on “Absently Minding

      1. (Liam btw) When I read this, I can’t help but think of the powerful relationships pleasure and pain, joy and sorrow. You can’t have one without the other. As for why this one resonated with me,(and I know everyone gets something different from when they read poems) the tone and imagery it conveys in my mind reminds me of losing someone.

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      2. (Oh hello!) thanks for sharing! Yeah those ideas/feelings definitely go hand in hand.

        I love that poetry can invoke different feelings in different people, and honestly I think any interpretation of a poem is valid since everyone experiences life through different filters.

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