Seek and you shall find the distasteful.

Seek and you shall find the distasteful.

A Poem by andrew mitchell

I give you
my word
that will
tie the sentence
and release
the verse.

The name of
the love
you seek
is written
underneath
a stone
you will find
in an old quarry
but beware
some stones
are better left
unturned.

© 2021 andrew mitchell


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Many people like to dig into the "WHY???'s" of life. Why did this have to happen? Why doesn't he love me anymore? Your poem is the perfect answer to these type questions (((HUGS)))

Posted 1 Week Ago


I am reminded Andrew, that you don't have to search far before you come across something distasteful during these current times. No need to look underneath stones, it's everywhere.

Chris

Posted 1 Week Ago


andrew mitchell

1 Week Ago

In this case only the love you seek like a needle in a haystack. Thank you Chris.
Chris Shaw

1 Week Ago

Ah yes, love can certainly be like finding a needle in a haystack. Takes patience :)

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andrew mitchell
andrew mitchell

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