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"Of your spell together". Spell as in time frame, spell as in the fantasy two people create before there is a reality in flesh and farts and chores and bills. Slack and tears mixed in the cauldron of "what if". Interesting unsolicited two cents :)
@WIAW: This is dedicated to my son and his lovely new girlfriend.
@WIAW & W&W: This was for my son. As a parent I usually stay out of things. Here, I did not not, despite some reservations.
Staying "out of things", when it comes to our grown children, can be hard sometimes. Love your blog! :-)
@Carrie: It sure can and I am usually pretty good at it. My son also writes music and he wanted some lyrics. One reason that this one has, for me, uncharacteristically simple language. Thanks for stopping by. Much obliged.
Ahahahah ..I could identify with it. Completely. Hands down. That was the only sad part. It was much enough.
Gerry Boyd...your son. I wonder on the nature of it all. That's just me and my curious nature. Breakfast, Gerry Boyd. Paint for me a breakfast at your house. (Ha! I know you'll never do it...grrrrr.)
I had a telephonic romance for a while once. It resulted in enormous telephonic bills, and a long-term meatlationship (agh what a HORRIBLE word, like an earwig but worse, that's why I'm keeping it for a pet). Thanx for the poem, Gerry.PG
@aditya: it's life and life only.@WIAW: All of my poems ARE about breakfast and ONLY breakfast.@OLD: Neologism is YOU! "meatlationship"! awesome coinage. no, thank you.
Wow, this is really good, the title apropos (albeit long-winded). "Do not confuse the rabbit with the hare" = genius.Stay tuned for this week's edition @ OE's BB, I think that it'll strike right up your alley!