Friday, July 8, 2016

A Quarter Past the Truth



















Join Katie at The Logonauts for the Poetry Friday fun!

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    1. Thank you, Liz! Amazing what pops in one's head when one has insomnia. =)

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  2. Great poem, Bridget. I can relate.

    Oncoming trains blow whistles into our sleeping ears, driving in daylight spikes, clanking over soft rails.

    That's how I feel, starting a new job next week. Sleep? What's that?

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    1. Wow, Brenda you've got the middle of the night gift for poetry. Sending you well rested vibes and new job happiness. =)

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  3. You've shown us a beautiful view, words and picture, Bridget. Sorry and glad both for the insomnia!

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    1. Thanks, Linda! Sometimes insomnia brings insight that I can't achieve in the daytime and sometimes it just brings me bags under my eyes. LOL =)

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  4. Love the drama in this photograph and the connections to the poem. Great!

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    1. Thank you, Katie! A cloudy sunrise can be quite dramatic especially after a sleepless night of introspection. =)

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  5. Thank goodness for the rising sun and the way it illuminates and erases the darkness of our nights.

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    1. Yes, Mary Lee, one of the best things about life is that there will be another day and another chance to do it better. =)

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