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Another Chance

by Teresa Renton 29 days ago in sad poetry

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Another Chance
Photo by Jasmin Schreiber on Unsplash

A hungry smoke engulfs

Fills lungs

Stings eyes

But fear is the tar

That clogs the paths to breath.

*

I survived

And just before my world turned

Temporarily from black

To hospital white

That very moment

I understood home

But it was so far away.

*

I will remember

The flames

The terror

The death

Some frantic, others silent, frozen

Like monuments

The no chance to say

Sorry

Thank you

Goodbye.

*

And I will never forget

that I discovered home

when I saw statues die.

sad poetry

Teresa Renton

Writer - inhaling life, exhaling stories. With fiction, prose & poetry, I explore self-discovery and that it is never too late to change your story. Subscribe to my ‘Gentle Stories of Discovery’ at Ladychicpea.com or visit IG @ladychicpea

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