Drizzled Remains

like the sky
swallowing
the sun,
i remembered
how i choked
when you said
we’re done.

like the rain’s
fading fog,
i wait as
time erase
the drizzled remains
of your once
warm love.

today
i relish
each throb,
tomorrow
i will move
forward.

04.11.2017
©2017 Rosemawrites@A Reading Writer. All Rights Reserved.
Photo via Unsplash
In response dVerse‘s Quadrille #30 by Mish.
Write a poem of 44 words including the word drizzle and post it to your blog.

dverse

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58 thoughts on “Drizzled Remains

  1. today
    i relish
    each throb,
    tomorrow
    i will move
    forward.

    I liked this one, allowing ourselves to feel the complete hurt before moving on, we forgive the person but never the hurt I believe. If we forgive the hurt we are saying its ok to be hurt by the same action again. Such simple but heavy words Rosie dear.

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  2. Rosema, I get inspired to write these Quadrille poems when I read yours. Great job. Maybe I’ll be thinking about and working on writing another one myself. I’ll have to let you know. 🙂
    I finally found some time to create and post amongst my busy schedule. No poem today though. Just the art. Next time I’ll be sure to add a poem. hehehe.
    🙂 ❤
    Please have a lovely day sweetie.
    🙂

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  3. As I read the beginning, I went back in time. As the read the ending, I thought “hell, yeah!!” 😁❤️❤️❤️ You are strong, my dear one. Always remember that. But it’s okay to feel weak too.

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  4. The images of nature really worked to convey the heartache that can be so overwhelming…the idea of the sky swallowing the sun…wow! The last stanza brings hope to the situation. We must move on.

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