I can build you a poem

I can build you a poem

A Chapter by Lyn Anderson
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connections

"
never divided

our time together
is sometimes rushed
but never
divided
the world slides
into another slot,
everyday hides,
ditching reality's plot -
feel me
under
after
surrender
roll over
and sleep;
peace I find
in my restless mind
with you
lying
next
to me. 



               

those three words

catch you later
we'll see ya
see you soon
I hope so
You know so ...
how many words
come in threes?
we are good
at making sure
the only three
we never say
in certain order
stay that way.



inferred emotion


I love you
is inferred
in everything
you do.
don't say it
I won't believe you.






© 2018 Lyn Anderson


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I really liked this:) I was reading the first and got to the three letter words part and really caught me. Yeah I guess in my own life the 3 words I love you don't mean jack from a great many. When one has seen hurt many times you just get to the point of I DONT TRUST! Awesome read my dear friend:)

Posted 3 Years Ago


Lyn Anderson

3 Years Ago

Thank you very much
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3 Years Ago

Your welcome
"the world slides into another slot,everyday hides", when a person can help you escape to a better place, that person is a keeper. Ah, those three little words that go unspoken because they hold so much weight. I loved that middle poem....three words to a line. Indeed, as the song says, "more than words".....the words are nice, but the actions say so much more. These are three of your best, KL. Loved them. Lydi**

Posted 3 Years Ago


Lyn Anderson

3 Years Ago

aww, that means so much -- I believe when we allow ourselves to feel the words we write, the emotion.. read more
love it! :)

oh no! did i just make three a two? ;)
E.
ps always enjoy this wonderful form of yours

Posted 3 Years Ago


Lyn Anderson

3 Years Ago

Thank you, I appreciate a man who enjoys my form.:)
Einstein Noodle

3 Years Ago

ahahaha! now you made me really happy! smiling big big :)
Yeah, I understand this. Actions speak louder than words of course, but once you get over that fear, those three words are nice to hear.

Posted 3 Years Ago


Matching Socks

3 Years Ago

Lol. : )
Lyn Anderson

3 Years Ago

And it will be a three tiered chocolate tractor :)
Matching Socks

3 Years Ago

That's cute. :)
I would love to see a pic of that!
I like the contrasts in each of your poems. Words are just words unless there is true sentiment beneath them, and sometimes the redundancy of our daily discourse are simply platitudes we have been conditioned to use. Where has the art of speaking in full imagery gone? Of course some actions need no words at all. I admire your ability to string ideas together in separate pieces that fit so well, and tell their stories separately yet collectively.

Posted 3 Years Ago


Lyn Anderson

3 Years Ago

Always a pleasure to have you stop by, and read your thoughtful reviews. Thank you.
i think it is much better to just feel love rather than say it...means more.

really like the middle one hear...those three words, yet not those three words.

j.

Posted 3 Years Ago


Lyn Anderson

3 Years Ago

I am so glad you like that one. It's my favourite of the three.
For some reason, the word I hear is "goodbye". Moving write.

Posted 3 Years Ago


Lyn Anderson

3 Years Ago

My friend, your perceptive ear runs deep -- while this poem is thankfully not a goodbye, I have ofte.. read more
The first stanza is my favourite. You are connecting in marvelous ways...:)..............

Posted 3 Years Ago


Lyn Anderson

3 Years Ago

Well thank you very much.
Sami Khalil

3 Years Ago

You are welcome generously. .....:)))))
I really like this one. And more and more your tri-structured poems are growing on me. I've never seen another poet do what you do.

-Cara

Posted 3 Years Ago


Lyn Anderson

3 Years Ago

So nice that they are growing on you, and thank you, I appreciate your review.
Caradoc

3 Years Ago

You're very welcome. :)

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