Poetic Dan

Never normal



My insecurities could eat me alive, on our first day we shared the same vibe

It's not easy knowing the problem is you, thinking there is nothing we can do

But within the silence, there is a hidden devotion

As long as neither party what's to harm the other

You can walk beside, yet not touch, as this sacred bond of trust knows only self love

Let a seed grow & space to move, nothing will reach if it's already confused. 

The only option is to breath through the mind, letting no past create fear in your rhyme

Time is short, although the journey is long, so do what you can to say you followed no one.

Keep listing to their rhythm and you'll find your own. Thanks for helping me carry on writing no matter the tone

 

Comments3

  • orchidee

    I'm sure you and the dogs have the good vibes between you both!

    • Poetic Dan

      Not this one my friend! It could still turn at any moment but its what I get paid for!

      Always appreciate the vist

    • kevin browne

      in some people I've noticed a lot of emptyness, lonliness, suicidal, traumatised, scared an lost. This poem reveals the undercurrent flow of relentless and unwanted thoughts which since I've known of you have persisted to haunt you. However, I have met people with passion, love, desire, compassion, hope, determination, success, complimented, awarded and most importanly it's people like you who I've known normally end up winning the day with the power from within. Great acheivements on a scale which is difficult to reach. You have reached out within your poetry and to me that's just entirely beautiful..!!

      • Poetic Dan

        I must say I read this last night & was lost for words. Tbc......

      • Goldfinch60

        That long journey has led you into a new life of joy, yes there are still hard times but many are now dealt with and you are moving forward with experience and new found resilience - don't stop.

        Andy

        • Poetic Dan

          Yet that's all I want to do really, always appreciated my friend



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