like a river




I am shaken, stirred, blurred
he leads me
into something that can breathe,
beside the still
left drowning in my own salt


Written for Margo’s Tuesday Tryouts

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8 Responses to like a river

  1. Love the many ways you can read it.

  2. Misky says:

    I love that sentence ending with salt … “left drowning in my own salt” – and nice inclusion of the psalm, too.

  3. Em says:

    I love this:
    “he leads me
    into something that can breathe”

  4. Love it De. Beautiful truth

  5. I like a river the way you write it.

  6. Oh wow…the two poems in one…together and separate…amazing.

  7. C.C. says:

    Beautiful combination of different lines/poems/ways of reading it.

  8. margo roby says:

    Oh, yes. I love using text this way, in a poem. Wonderful.

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