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A Poem by Jon Roggie

I realize this might sound a bit naive,
  and I don't think it should take too much of your time.

Why can't we?

Notice the open question.

Moments in the past are merely teaching points.

Those seconds show you,
  if you happened to catch them.



© 2017 Jon Roggie



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Seconds and minute become valuable. I liked the need and the need of the words. Sometimes a day. A lifetime tattoo we can appreciate. Thank you Jon for sharing your amazing words and thoughts.
Coyote

Posted 1 Week Ago


Jon Roggie

1 Week Ago

Thank you. Slipping back into my short writes.
Coyote Poetry

6 Days Ago

Short write are more liked. I like them all and you are welcome my friend.
yes, I hear if you don't learn from past mistakes history is doomed to repeat itself.

Posted 2 Weeks Ago


Jon Roggie

2 Weeks Ago

Yet, it keeps happening.
Jon Roggie

2 Weeks Ago

Makes me think of a kid being told to put the toilet seat down.
Corset

1 Week Ago

that lid swings both ways

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Added on October 5, 2017
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Jon Roggie
Jon Roggie

Porterville, CA



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A Poem by Jon Roggie






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