Talking

Snowy
May the thought
My words have brought
Be pure
Like morning air.

It’s always you
I’m talking to
No matter who
Is there.

Linked to dVerse Meeting the Bar where Amaya is hosting asking us to use ‘apostrophe’ in a poem. She describes it as “simply an address to someone not present or to an abstract concept”.

Author: Frank Hubeny

I enjoy walking, poetry and short prose as well as taking pictures with my phone.

44 thoughts on “Talking”

  1. The simplicity speaks volumes as the “you” can be read on different layers. And you managed to make a general intercession in the first stanza and then switch to a more personal address in the second. Well done, Frank.

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