Screen scrolling… seeking those moments he slipped beneath her clothes to take her with his words.
He the dirt between her ears
[Six Words – my line your mind #45]
She did things men can’t do
[Six Words – my line your mind 42]
She knew the end he begun
[Six Words – my line your mind #41]
Her truth hard heard … cauliflower ears
[Six Words – my line your mind #40]
Found her voice … he lost his
[Six Words – my line your mind #39]
She’s late … he’d up and left
[Six Words – my line your mind #38]
How do you feel today …
How do you feel today? Your choice made, down to you, to be without me, happy to be young and carefree, moving on to suit your will? Smiling, knowing you’ll always be wanted, needed, in every way, by someone, your choice always, who you’ll let near. Every flaw, every fault of mine, magnified on here, every hope every feeling for you etched into my heart. You to me reality, the finality of desire, the ever present of my mind, the pearl of every tear, unforgettable, untouchable by me. And so, your choice for me to go, reluctantly accepted, my would be lover, the darling of my body heart and soul.
Well that’s a lovely way of summing up everything, if it were true. I don’t see why you need to go, it’s not my choice, it’s one you’ve made, for whatever reason? Don’t you think it unfair that I don’t hear from you for weeks and then you make out that I’ve not missed you, that I don’t want you. What exactly did you want me to say, did you really think I was just going to hang around and pine for you? I tell you, I’m disappointed in you, I thought you knew me?
His & Hers – raw lines extracted from ‘Believing Sight Unseen’ a file of what was a quarter of a million words – now culled to about a hundred and fifty thousand – so many repetitions when a man and woman talk.
‘Believing Sight Unseen: Their Days’ the first book, ‘Sam & Erin’s Story’ evolved from this file – around thirty-five thousand words – to be published this Spring.
Further ‘His & Hers’ stories to come – believe me.
Guess That’s Why:
Today I wrote a poem
a few lines of words
that undried my eyes
not too sure why
guess that’s why I wrote them
Beware … his eyes … show her inside
[Six Words – my line your mind #36]