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A Little Push

by M.R. Cameo about a year ago in surreal poetry
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Janus - Roman God of New Beginnings

Janus watched her wallowing despair

Tumultuous tears through the hectic nights

Something suddenly made him care

He would set her life right

Finally leaving that decrypted place

Crossing the country into paradise

Overjoyed she’d rolled the dice

A smile overcame her as she reached her new life

A world upside down from the once she’d just known

Her shoulders relaxed no longer carrying pounds of strife

She couldn’t wait for this adventure that was her own

The rays of the sun smiled down upon her

Balmy winds swirled throughout her hair

The endless summer would never lose its lure

She saw the tropics as a mystical fair

Having waited ages

To get everything right

She was now on new pages

Janus beamed at the sight

surreal poetry

About the author

M.R. Cameo

M.R. Cameo generally writes horror, sci-fi, fantasy, and nonfiction, yet enjoys dabbling in different genres. She is currently doing freelance work as a writer, ghostwriter, copywriter, editor, and proofreader for various publications.

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