Crumpled – Response poem


This is yet another response poem. I suppose I should get back to writing some “non-response” poems… but in a way, all poems are a response to something… aren’t they?
This poem is a response to Blend a poem by Miriam E. on Another Wandering Soul.

Crumpled – Response poem

He found her heart
Crumpled
In a notebook
Discarded in the paper bag
Next to the windowsill

His pace quickened
Red lights going off in his head
As faltering fingers
Ran through unperturbed hair
Turning pages as he dared
His face a city of pain
She was gone

 

Stephen Kellogg – 2012

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About Stephen Kellogg

Poetry, Ponderings, Prose, Photos & Pounding out the Pathways All at my blog... I hope you'll take a few minutes to wander around the site. Not all of what you read there will be happy or sad etc. but I trust my writings, photos etc will encourage, touch, inspire or just make you think…. I really appreciate feedback!! Thanks and enjoy Peace! Stephen Kellogg All of my writings, pictures etc are original works, unless otherwise noted, and should be considered copyrighted.
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9 Responses to Crumpled – Response poem

  1. Miriam E. says:

    wow, Stephen – this is amazing! love it to bits… i hope you will forgive me if i reblog it – wonderful.

  2. Miriam E. says:

    Reblogged this on Another Wandering Soul and commented:
    so great – thank you, Stephen, for this totally unexpected, purely wonderful gift!

  3. I wish I had other words for brilliant – excellent – marvellous…. 🙂

  4. lesliepaints says:

    I really like that notebook in a crumpled bag idea, Stephen. “His face a city of pain really pushes this one home.

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