Posted in My life - Written by God, produced by 21st Century middle America, and lived by me, myself, and I., Poetry, Uncategorized

It’s November, and I’m cold, and Ohio feels extra lonely tonight.

She does a worn soul good, like campbells chicken soup

On a stormy, chilly day pent up all alone

In this place we call November, Ohio.

She brings back the heat to the center of your body

And you can feel it radiate to the tips of your frosty toes

Until time flies, until eyes close and open again

To a sunny morning and a smiling mirror.

She doesn’t give you rose tinted glasses;

She just paints you the colors you were always meant to wear

And suddenly you see potential and hope

And you find in your own reflection

That those wrinkles around your mouth,

Those crinkles by your eyes, those dimples

You always thought were far too deep,

They are all so very loveable, so very…you.

See? It’s simple, yet how easily do we all forget?

For me she isn’t the sun or the stars,

Nothing so far away, nothing so unreachable.

She is here, a moment, and for that moment

I am warm like fresh dryer sheets,

And she wraps me up and takes me from any place,

Always back to this same spot.

She makes time fly, until eyes close and open again

And November, Ohio is still outside

But her touch is right here,

And so even a stormy, chilly day

Feels warm in her glow, just like home.

Author:

I believe all people are bits and pieces, and throughout life we can gather pieces from others or give some of ours away. Some people are only out to take everything they can, while others will give until they have nothing left, but most of us fall in between. And yet there are those people who will defy all logic and simply toss there pieces into the trash, for nobody and nothing at all. I don't know if it's possible to get back those pieces that have been thrown away, but this blog is all about my journey, to try and find out if someone who threw away everything for nothing can find something, or anything at all...I'm just looking for a reason to keep on living.

10 thoughts on “It’s November, and I’m cold, and Ohio feels extra lonely tonight.

  1. Thank-you very much for visiting my blog and for the follow. I like this poem very much. I also read the post where you describe depression and much of it recalled what my elder daughter has said about her own experiences. She has bipolar II disorder.

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