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Dec 16

Now Alone – Random Twitter Poem for Dec 16th

depression by Salvatore Vuono

Now Alone is a poem about someone who wanted to be free and live alone only to realize the grass was greener prior. This poem is for to those who would question or think things are always better on the “other side” and is another variation of the beware of what you wish for theme. This poem included 9 random submissins (in blue) provided by the following Twitter players:
@starsandsky378 (dynamic), @OviGeb0i (Nokia), @Anklebuster (dilute), @ellanbethia (pork), @filigreegirl (enchorial), @Piratelover22 (solitude), @fragileheart (blessed), @doomsdayblaze (guacamole), @kcarruthers (noble)

Now Alone

Life of blessed dynamic solitude
empty house of possibilities
time a noble enchorial partner

An unused Nokia lying tableside
stale pork and guacamole on a plate
indications of loneliness linger

Bliss and freedom begin to dilute
chains of emptiness like a choker
grass not greener being alone

-Poem by Dragon Blogger

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  • http://www.morphodesigns.com Mitchell Allen

    Very sad, especially this time of year. Anybody who can get pork and guacamole in the same poem has my total respect. :)

    Cheers,

    Mitch

    • http://www.dragonblogger.com dragonblogger

      Thanks, yeah lots of food words lately in last few poems.

  • http://www.fightyourticket.com/' Florida Speeding Ticket Attorney

    Since I have known about your blogs and your poem, I always take time to read them. It seems that I can relate to everything that you write here, especially this one. Well, last night I have also that kind of feeling and moment. Alone, that is. However, during that instant I realize there’s nothing bad with it. I have contemplated on many things since last night.

  • http://www.fortworthtreetrimming.com tony

    I love you idea for writing haikus on Twitter, perfect way to use 140 characters!