imagine

the window stands
by wind-clattering mirror
moments that never include paper

i lift brick pencil
with worn-out eraser
thinking of obstacles
busy street
still words
a simple face
settled with memories

in the city
poets stand
on street corners, tall
dreaming of undreamed magic

whilst pens take up the whole sidewalk
invisible they are
scribbling on mind’s written pavements

by mary ann blinkhorn

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25 thoughts on “imagine

  1. mj says:

    Wonderfully articulated. ‘mind’s written pavements’ ; ‘simple face settled with memories’ : my fave lines.

  2. it’s very wonderful, i really like it!

  3. janna hill says:

    So sheer yet so solid. Thought provoking and moving. In other words I liked it ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Ich on the migraine. I don’t get them but my wife does…so I kind of understand…from the outside.
    Love this piece. Love the sibilance running through it.

  5. Raani York says:

    I like your poem, very nice!!

  6. scottstaley1 says:

    Beautiful, a great poem

  7. jaels says:

    Wow, you are too good.

  8. onwindydays says:

    The power of the imagination and the humble tool to give it life. Awesome ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. clinock says:

    Superb writing as always – reading again and again…

  10. jwprokupek says:

    I really enjoyed your poem. I particularly liked
    “while pens take up the whole sidewalk
    invisible they are
    scribbling on mindโ€™s written pavements”

    For me, it sort of perfectly described writing and how it becomes so important.

  11. Maxima says:

    Great post,Thank you! for sharing it for us- Have nice day:With love maxima

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