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Poem #11; NaPoWriMo

Poem for Monday – Untitled

It’s a so fast city life
Day today. “One day,”
I dream, walking down
A city street, “One day,”
I say, pounding hard
The pavement, “I will
Have a better job,
A better life for me
And mine,” my mind a million
Miles away, my sights
Set on imagined things,
So focused I see
No one nor do they
See me, the mobs,
Passing, brushing by me,
Walking somewhere briskly
Where they are needed
Very badly, while I travel
On a city street and think
Random but relevant thoughts.

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Not new. Circa a long time ago. 🙂

(This poem and all poems posted during April 2011 are included in the free ebook, “30 Poems, 30 Days: Inside a Poet’s Mind.”)

© Sweepy Jean and Sweepy Jean Explores the (Webby) World, 2011

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Comments on: "Poem #11; NaPoWriMo" (15)

  1. existential pout..I first thought …but more than that… as I read on…an appreciation of others and universal “Random but relevant thoughts.”

    you tug in a lot of ways

    Regards,
    Doug

    • Yeah, this is an old one, so I tried to scrub out the worst of the poutiness. I’m only slightly less pouty these days. 😉 Thanks for reading, Doug!

  2. Sweepy you make us feel your pain and your hope for the future.. great poem

    http://jpweddingphotograpy.blogspot.com/2011/04/we-are-honored-with-versatile-blogger.html

  3. slow down and stop and watch you might see a open door good poem
    god bless

  4. Nice poem!

    I think we’ve all felt scattered yet focused on what the future has in store.

  5. What a great poem! I have thoughts like that all the time. 🙂

  6. You put verse to people lives girl! Great one!

  7. I liked this.It felt like I was walking down the street with you, seeing what you’re seeing.

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