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Eternal blue


By Jazzy Published 2 months ago Updated 2 months ago 1 min read
Eternal blue
Photo by Naja Bertolt Jensen on Unsplash

Emissions rise absolutely from factories

Consumption is rampant for we cannot be satiated

Lingering long-term effects foregone as we focus on the now

Idle chatter amongst this murder of ravens, atoning for sins

Painstakingly pursuing the holy trinity

Souls lost

Eternal blue world seemingly endless, we pray

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Head of the Jazzy Writers Association (JWA) in partnership with the Vocal HWA chapter.

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  • Tiffany Gordon 24 days ago


  • Joe O’Connorabout a month ago

    “Lingering long-term effects foregone as we focus on the now” really liked this line Jazzy, as it flows nicely but also contrasts the short vs long-term thinking.

  • Hannah Mooreabout a month ago

    This is a sad sad poem.

  • This was so poignant. Loved your Acrostic!

  • Kenny Penn2 months ago

    Ahhhh man humans can be so ignorant. Remember the first Matrix movie when Smith compares humans to parasites? This poem reminded me of that

  • Dana Crandell2 months ago

    Now there's a good look at humanity, and a possible eclipse of our own making. Love this entry, Jazzy!

  • Babs Iverson2 months ago

    Fantastic!!! Love it!!!❤️❤️💕 Agree with Paul!!!

  • Paul Stewart2 months ago

    Another incredible piece for the challenge. Well done. Love it

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