raveling

your words

talk to my words
about thinking about storms
and dancing — how

they ought to add up to sum-
thing — but we know

while some truths lend,
others borrow
the filaments of dreams

woven beneath snow, and don’t
we always pull at

loose threads, in-
deed
?

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About Ray Sharp

Father, poet, triathlete, local public health planner
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7 Responses to raveling

  1. While some truths lend, others borrow – so true…

  2. You’ve woven
    the meaning
    out of this one
    well…

  3. I feel myself unraveling.

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