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A Chapter by Ana Papaya
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deathly pale
       beneath a buzzing veil   
she is lost 
following a thought she is unable to catch
    the rhythmic hum pulls her further off track         
trapped ~ how will she ever get back 
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© 2020 Ana Papaya


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Ooh, can relate to this both as a writer whose mind seems to set itself on a never stilling roulette wheel and as a person who can sometimes find themselves out of their depth of living a life unintended, most likely for the sake of others that think they know what is best for you.
Hmm, you so much better than I not to sound as cynical 😀

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Ana Papaya

1 Month Ago

Thanks for the thoughtful comment Lorry!
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.... I read this and got an electric shock from my keyboard just as I was about to start typing my response .. so I had a cup of tea ... when I had finished my tea and returned I could not remember my original intended witty remark .... then it occurred to me that either these words are more electric than I imagined .. or I'm doomed to remain sitting in front of an empty screen ... maybe for ever .. now that is what I call static ...

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Neville

1 Month Ago


.................. nope.. its the absolute truth :)
Ana Papaya

1 Month Ago

I find that "shocking" :)
Neville

1 Month Ago


................ statistically so would most of our species :)
oh my goodness ... you wrote this for me Ana! .. with every sleep there comes that place between waking .. where thought are only caught at a glimpse ... seemingly so important ... but wakefulness draws them further and further into the nether perhaps ;) love this poem ..very realtable for me ma'am!
E.

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Ana Papaya

1 Month Ago

Thanks for the generous comment!
Ooh, can relate to this both as a writer whose mind seems to set itself on a never stilling roulette wheel and as a person who can sometimes find themselves out of their depth of living a life unintended, most likely for the sake of others that think they know what is best for you.
Hmm, you so much better than I not to sound as cynical 😀

Posted 1 Month Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Ana Papaya

1 Month Ago

Thanks for the thoughtful comment Lorry!
:)
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a writer who can't catch an elusive thought...or a bride trapped in a wedding she does not want...
arranged marriage in comparison to arranged words on a page that we must vow to make into a poem.
oh yes...this one sent me places.
j.

Posted 1 Year Ago


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jacob erin-cilberto

1 Year Ago

were you just posting all of these together...or did they pour out in a stream like this?
Ana Papaya

1 Year Ago

I can't remember :)
It was the order in which I had them saved but I think there's an order. .. read more
jacob erin-cilberto

1 Year Ago

ah...okay...I was wondering with the stream idea if you wrote them all in one sitting...I often writ.. read more

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