Oscillating—                                        No anchors left,                                Just distortion in my mind.                  Why?                                            Because my stereo deleted me.      Because I fell off the bridge.    Because I lost my gum in his hair.

Poem: Naomi Saharski W.                 Photo:Federico Bebber


3 thoughts on “Accident-Prone

  1. ryleysatompkins says:

    God is hiding and playful! The other day I went to the gym, and afterward was looking through apricots in the grocery store (Which is connected to the gym, so two seconds later,) I was still pretty adrenalized, I turned away from the apricots and my friend was like “HEY” and I fell backwards and nearly dropped my apricot.

    This story is relevant because balance is highly, highly overrated. It’s a state of mind. haha 🙂

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    • Haha…that’s a funny story! I wonder how your friend felt? Not their fault you were startled. I seriously feel I’m losing any bit of gracefulness I have the older I get. Slipping, dropping things, falling and running into objects feels normal way of life now. I wish my mind would get with it. 🙂
      I want to go a bit in depth with your other comments later. Maybe at my lunch break or after 3 pm central time. Thanks for all your wonderful feedback. Brighter day, now!


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