Rewinding Feelings of Movies

Rewinding Feelings of Movies

A Poem by Andrew Nelson Stewart

     

In whispers, in time and in meadows of crossing to another, waiting to see someone not taking plastic steel words of such ways. Echoes and bangs of such rattles of metals hearing miles away or the crunches and constant wrinkling of thy surface traded off to people’s worlds all around,


Simply dancing along the pine needles instead of dissecting themselves into being.


 

   ”Please,” we ask. “Not to take me home, take me where leaves never grow old, take me where I can set my parties on repeat to never let go of that physical moment with white roses playing melancholy songs." 


  Well known when no people say no and it’s hard to watch dates of time that die alone and dying alone last night with them. At thy finale of seeing incredible little insects flying just above your feet, stopping my pretend world along with everyone else’s, holding that one second where you feel nothing but the capacity to bring about the desire end. Watching yourself die each night along with friends of sights within that day, strange feelings in the world where only you can see and wish it wasn’t there guess we have our own ghost that follows.

© 2017 Andrew Nelson Stewart


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we never want to grow old, but a part of us accepts, while the other part of us watches in disbelief, until that ghost comes along and says, "welcome to the club, you are one of us now"--
and there are so many ghosts roaming around now with what is happening in this country.

It is too sad, and even though this poem is from 2017....it tastes of today's madness, and is so timely.
j.

Posted 3 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Andrew Nelson Stewart

3 Months Ago

It's been awhile I read this oldie here practically blow off the cyber dust off her haha. Very true .. read more



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I bought a collection of The Night Gallery. I watched every single episode. I really loved it. This reminds me of an episode about an old man who is slowly being pushed out of his job because of young competition. Then he is able to go back in time at random times when he was young and appreciated by the company he works for and gets to see his wife again, who died a long time ago. I enjoyed reading this write, good job.

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Andrew Nelson Stewart

23 Hours Ago

The Night Gallery never heard of it, is it worth watching? Is it anthology of stories? I'm also plea.. read more
light and ashes

23 Hours Ago

Yes, definitely, if you like the Twilight Zone, which I do. You're welcome :)
we never want to grow old, but a part of us accepts, while the other part of us watches in disbelief, until that ghost comes along and says, "welcome to the club, you are one of us now"--
and there are so many ghosts roaming around now with what is happening in this country.

It is too sad, and even though this poem is from 2017....it tastes of today's madness, and is so timely.
j.

Posted 3 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Andrew Nelson Stewart

3 Months Ago

It's been awhile I read this oldie here practically blow off the cyber dust off her haha. Very true .. read more

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Andrew Nelson Stewart
Andrew Nelson Stewart

Petaluma , CA



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Im active in the Performing Arts, Currently known as the Petaluma Michael Jackson ( YouTube channel @ Andrwjacksonable). I'm cautious guy and dedicated to my work and values. I placed God and family i.. more..

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