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04h27Words of my twisted mind.
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My heart can't stay this cold for too much time. I need my feelings back.

by 04h27

Winter is really long here

So strong

So cold

As my heart is.

Winter can't stay to much

Or else it will freeze our heart

Maybe forever

I don't want my heart to be so cold again

Winter

My lips are turning blue

And my fingers are now purple

So Winter, please

Let it go.

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bernardtwindwilGold CommaGranddad & story teller, tomthepo8.com
5 months agoReply
@04h27 I don't believe in God either but it doesn't prevent from invoking the name. Wave God in front of the cretins and they will follow you into a cactus patch. I loved France. I didn't spend my youth there, however. Your food is a reverie in hedonism. Your wine and spirits a bacchanalian delight. It is a beautiful place. I don't shovel snow in the winter. It does not even freeze most winters. Just for a laugh, trace the southern part of Texas on the globe along its meridian and you will find that we are on the same latitude as the Southern Sahara. I know how you can feel stuck in a rut, even in paradise. The days drag by and you can't wait for bedtime so you can sleep away the hours of boredom. Then you wake up in the middle of the night and it is worse. Your demons perform a Danse Macabre inside your head. Your writing will set you free even from yourself.

04h27Words of my twisted mind.
5 months agoReply
@bernardtwindwil I don't believe in God but anywhere away from France would be a great cure for my sad feeling :)

bernardtwindwilGold CommaGranddad & story teller, tomthepo8.com
7 months agoReply
Move to Texas. It is God's cure for the wintertime blues. This was well written without introducing hopeless depression. Great poem!!!