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Special Poetry Corner for Seasons Greetings (A view from the corner room)

 

closing in the distance

 

 

 

Good afternoon everyone!

 

Season Greetings to everyone.  Today, I felt like writing poetry, yep just out of the blue.  Sometimes a certain moment needs to be written down and I thought about this, especially with seeing a film wrestling with this topic.  How could you react, mentally, spiritually and physically to something that is out of your reach but yet in your presence?  Crazy talk, almost like a standard CW show, eh Vibe and Gipsy?

 

Any note, here is my newest creation, “A view from the corner room.”  If you have the time please share your thoughts on this, it will be quite helpful in more ways than you know.

 

 

A view from the corner room

 

 

I see you from afar,
yet so near.

I speak with no words
your presence stunts such growth

you smile,
I smile back
you react to a joke,
i laugh softly

I see you from afar,
yet close,
mentally in deep conversation

many years set us independently,
the reason for my silence,
in keeping with normalcy
of social proximity measures
to which I truly hate.

I see you from afar,
yet so near,
waiting the day,
or the hour,
for you to see me too.

 

-K.G. Bethlehem

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POETRY: Heart vs Mind (Friday Night Poetry Corner #140)

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Good evening everyone and to another Friday Night Poetry Corner. This week, I am featuring a sensational writer from Some Unique Magazine, Shonda Pulliam. Her poem is called “Heart vs Mind” and when you read it you will see the cost and benefits of pursuing a mate–and other things relating.  Oh, you should also visit Some Unique Magazine page to see more of Shonda’s writing along with the other talent writers. Oh, you can also read more brilliant poetry and other forms of writing!

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By
Shonda Pulliam

Artist Unk. Title Unk. http://www.google.com. May 17th, 2017

My heart always leads me one way

My mind is usually on the other side

My heart is on fire

My mind is more mild

At times I can’t get them on the same page

Neither one want to take a bow

My heart dives in full circle

My mind wants to take caution to the wind

My heart gets down deep and full of emotion

My mind wants to think through the ration of a thing

My heart will always drive a hard bargain

My mind just wants to smile

The only thing they do together

Is make up the best parts of me

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POETRY: Heartbeat (Friday Night Poetry Corner #135)

 

Good evening everyone and to another Friday Night Poetry Corner. This week, I am featuring a sensational writer from Some Unique Magazine, Shonda Tennelle. Her poem is called “Heartbeat” and when you read it you will see how this is dear to relationships worth fighting for. Oh, you should also visit Some Unique Magazine page to see more of Shonda’s writing along with the other talent writers. Oh, you can also read more brilliant poetry. Double-plus good!

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By
Shonda Tennelle

Photographer/Artist Unk. Title Unk. http://www.slideshare.net. May 4th, 2017

I listen to my heartbeats,

When everything else is still,

They tell me what to be cautious of,

And if what I’m feeling is real,

I listen to my heartbeats,

When everything else is still,

They warn me when I’m going to fast,

And help me keep my feet when I need to be still,

I listen to my heartbeats,

When everything else is still,

They beat fast in anticipation of possibilities that are near,

But they are slow and steady when I just need to hear,

I listen to my heartbeats,

When everything else is still,

They guide me because I trust them,

And I listen to push out the fear

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