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Weak Spots IV

The first trill of a bird at dawn,
A window overlooking the sea,
The liberation in a brand new day,
Soft, gentle voices in another room.

A train of thought that stays,
Blooming into hope and life,
Light petals touching the ankles
A baby bird cradled in the palm

Bare feet from grass to doorstep,
Droplets dripping from the hair,
Puzzled look followed by
A gentle familiarity

The fresh smell of laundry,
Lathered soap on sooty hands,
Forehead pressed on theirs,
Welcomes that are truly welcoming


Note: I decided to post my Weak Spots series here -  a romantic series I wrote in the month of February, for those few that remember what I started on here. I am happy to have finished this series this year. More to come soon!

Copyright © Laura Breidenthal | Year Posted 2020


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Date: 11/2/2020 6:58:00 AM

You were so weak, that you got married lol... You have an awesome way with words my friend....
Date: 9/21/2020 9:45:00 PM

You just can't beat authenticity...quaint clues into the secret and simple charm of life given here in your poem...J.A.B.
Date: 9/21/2020 6:06:00 AM

Well expressed...for me would include freshly baked bread...