Another Poem About Putting S**t Back Together

Another Poem About Putting S**t Back Together

A Poem by Jesse Lancaster


I am the summer rain against the window, disappointing 
I am the wind through the trees, leafless
I am the exhaled breath you can't see, heat
I am distant and far apart, dark matter
I am the tingling in your limbs, amputee
I am the glass on the floor, yearning

© 2013 Jesse Lancaster

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Oh I love this one.

Especially the title. It almost says it all.

Posted 8 Years Ago

and once we do get it back together, it surely will fall apart once again.

like an amputee i will be feeling that limb, that pain, that problem, even if it is no longer there.

memories haunt us through wind, rain, exhaled breath, distance to and from others..and the glass remains...half?

Posted 8 Years Ago


Posted 8 Years Ago

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Jesse Lancaster
Jesse Lancaster

Manchester, CT

I'm Jesse Lancaster. No I'm not. I am: 19 And now: @ Uni for my sophomore year. My writing draws heavy influences from the music I listen to, other writers (such as Chuck Palahniuk, John Green a.. more..