Take the I with you.

Take the I with you.

A Poem by andrew mitchell

In the event
that we,
maybe no more,
if you go away,
I'll take the me
back from you.
I require all of me
to become I
once again.
The old man said.
Everywhere you go
take the I with you.

© 2020 andrew mitchell

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Easier said than done. When we part company from someone close a part of us usually goes with them, leaving a hole behind.


Posted 3 Weeks Ago

Christine Anne Shaw

3 Weeks Ago

And it can take time to deal with that loss which can be all too painful Andrew. Hope all is OK with.. read more
andrew mitchell

3 Weeks Ago

Not bad Chris
Christine Anne Shaw

3 Weeks Ago

Good to hear. Take care.

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Added on July 11, 2020
Last Updated on July 11, 2020


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