Declaring  Emotions.

Declaring Emotions.

A Poem by Dawn

Here we go again,
on the inevitable
spiral going
downwards again.

Like dominoes getting knocked over
as one falls. The other go.

The cycle of ups and downs, the
merry go called a life of reality and living.

Never continuing  harmony or tranquillity
around, always something around the corner
to kick your confidence or affect your
mindset or family.

"Riding the lightning before it hits
you and maybe kills you or lets you
off for another round, maybe another day".

I feel my own mood is slipping and
trying as I might,
to hold on and keep
my own emotions
on a level footing.

Easier than said. I might add.

Thank God for poetry,
freedom of speech
to express oneself
a mind,
a heart,
and a soul.

To aid the above.

© 2018 Dawn



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emotions are such an up and down thing, so is success...and egos need to be kept at the door because they can be knocked down just like that.
yes, thank God for poetry.
j.

Posted 1 Week Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Dawn

1 Week Ago

Well said Jacob. It helps me a lot to deal with real life situations. Keeps me sane so to speak at t.. read more
I agree dear Dawn.
"Thank God for poetry,
freedom of speech
to express oneself
a mind,
a heart,
and a soul."
I did like the lines above. Thank you for sharing the amazing poetry.
Coyote



Posted 1 Week Ago


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Dawn

1 Week Ago

thank you Coyote.
Coyote Poetry

1 Week Ago

You are welcome Dawn.
we all have them,we all need them,but we never can control them

Posted 1 Week Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Dawn

1 Week Ago

So very true Ron.

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Dawn
Dawn

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