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Rearview Mirror

by Jeffrey 2 months ago in inspirational · updated 2 months ago
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A Monsters Defeat

Rearview Mirror
Photo by Oliur on Unsplash

I needed. I begged. I pleaded.

I asked. I tried.

You lied. I wondered, why?

I knew. I accepted. I grew.

I cried. I hoped. I learned.

I ran. I breathed. I burned.

I had faith in my own abilities.

You left. I thought, OK, bye.

I finally saw what I couldn’t see.

I opened. I got in. I believed, I could start again.

I buckled. I adjusted.

I became accustomed

to an empty passenger seat.

I packed; I drove. My things of old, stacked in the trunk.

In the rearview mirror, you shrunk.

And I watched you disappear into the horizon.

I came. I saw. I conquered.

I defeated, my monsters.

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About the author

Jeffrey

Writing near darkness,

street lamps serve as precious light,

then bulbs fade to black.

Please enjoy my page. Any and all, subscribers, pledges and comments are welcome.

Thank you :)

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  • Pavithra Venkatraman2 months ago

    Simple, straight outpouring of thoughts & emotions! Good one...

  • Joe Nasta2 months ago

    "I became accustomed/to an empty passenger seat." yessss

  • Brin J.2 months ago

    I like the simplicity of your literation, it was quite impactful, hitting the key point without needing to be in depth. Not easy to do. I’m inspired.

  • Tamera Staples2 months ago

    I think this cool. It’s nice. It’s fresh, however, I can’t feel you. Take me to the space you’re leaving and allow me to feel you becoming carefree. I want to feel the end of your sentence and the beginning of your new one! Good job though, tremendous potential in this piece.

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