From Here To Paternity

Random poetry Add comments

Hiya 🙂

 

Train  Cast  History  Meat  Yummy  Lush  Pin  Versed  False

 

I stood on that platform

Free but burdened,

Thought about things

Once forbidden;

 

And I wasn’t as nervous

As you’d probably think

I should have been.

 

I boarded the train,

Cast a look about me

Aware that I was

Making history here –

But not really present.

 

I could smell meat,

Someone’s yummy lunch in a bag;

Prompting me to wonder

What I’d have for mine.

 

Some lush was starting early:

Drinking on a weekday

From a tall McDonald’s cup.

 

This was so different

From when I’d pulled the pin

And watched the fallout;

Because, this far down the track,

I kind of realised

That no matter how well-versed our greeting

All interaction would be false.

 

As, later, we sat on wobbly chairs –

Sucking rubbish hot beverages

Through thin plastic lids –

I wondered why I kept smiling;

Why I let her talk to him like that,

Why I hugged them…?

 

Why I’d needed

                            this

                                      at all?

 

My subconscious is back, making me examine things I didn’t think I wanted to today.

I remember that Pink’s Great Escape came on my Spotify playlist shuffle as the train doors shut behind me, too.  I could attribute that to many people I miss, cosmic synchronicity or some other grand force – suffice it to say that it made me smile. 

I have always had that small assured voice in my head, and a feisty part in my heart that has saved me so far. 

She gets really bored with the amount of times I cry, eventually boots me up the a**e, and takes over for a while.

She gets me a haircut and colour, pens my poetry without me, demands a dancefloor, and also tampers with my playlist quite a lot 😉

 

Come visit the Facebook page and follow @ComfyRestless on Twitter

Copyright © 2017  Montaffera All Rights Reserved
Please do not use any of my content (posts, pictures, poetry etc) without my permission, but feel free to link back to my blog if something catches your eye. Thank you!

Leave a Reply