“Impulsive” – poem by Megan Dupre

A steady world breaks in two

with one dimension clear as glass,

the other something overdue.

 

Wind erupts with endless force,

the looks he gives, soothing,

but actions imply little remorse.

 

Years of daylight

brought on by inclinations

make genuine endings out of sight.

 

Trials rise, in and out

until the climate can be predicted

and all she sees is doubt.

 

She searches for a perfect way

to release the burden he’s planted

but the cure is beyond what words entail.

 

Over and over, an endless play.

Threats seep into her mind.

She’ll give him until the end of May.

 

Note: the image is from http://anabeleoctora83.blogspot.com/2010/10/women-shadow-english-languange.html

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