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October

Waves,

one after the other,

on the plage of October,

aimlessly,

the river is blank,

again,

berries and cherries,

the streaming breeze,

in countless familiar,

amicable autumns,

affirming,

the disappearances of the bygone years,

and there’s,

a kind of momentum precipitating,

brooks and creeks,

into the ocean,

engendering ripples,

in an ordinary,

life.

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Comments on: "October" (18)

  1. I love that word “plage”.

    • Chinhooipescatarian said:

      Thanks so much, i’m glad i used that word, to me it means one of the beaches in the South of France πŸ™‚

      • The first time I ever read it was in the book, “The Diving Bell and the Butterfly”. Later, I used it in a poem about Sylvia Plath. It cropped up the other day in “Funeral in Berlin”.

      • Chinhooipescatarian said:

        Yea it’s amazing, it’s like having predestined encounters with the word in a kind of European atmosphere, thanks for sharing the story πŸ™‚

  2. Just beautiful!

  3. I rather think it sounds more extra ordinary than ordinary. Ur a fab poet

  4. Reblogged this on drhashtagbaby and commented:
    Xtra ordinary!!

    • Chinhooipescatarian said:

      Thank you so much for sharing this poem with your readers, thank you!! πŸ™‚

  5. Thanks for liking my post. Your a great writer. I am now following your blog.

  6. Thanks very interesting blog!

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