You, among other things

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You know how there’s that
one song that gets stuck in
your head no matter where
you go and what you do, it
refuses to let go oh follows
on road that lies ahead.

The heart though stubborn
sometimes coincides with
the head, lets out feelings,
all of world’s truths unsaid.

The falling snow, the morn-
ing schedule are little but
disruptions that usher me
through.

No matter what hour and
time of day, you are deep
within like the song in my
head.

 

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Posted for ‘Poems in April’ @ Real Toads

Posted on Poetry Pantry @ Poets United

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60 thoughts on “You, among other things

  1. paulscribbles says:

    Love the metaphor… I have had many such ‘songs’ in my head. Happy April and good luck if you go for 30 in 30.

  2. Kerry says:

    I can definitely relate to this poem, Sanaa. Such attachments of the head and the heart and seemingly no cure!

  3. Ellecee says:

    I like “you are deep within like the song in my head” it’s a gift to have had a relationship that we remember so vividly. A lovely poem to start our month , 🙂

  4. Robert says:

    The heart though stubborn
    sometimes coincides with
    the head, lets out feelings,
    all of world’s truths unsaid.

    loved these words… they really hit home

  5. Isadora Gruye says:

    I like that you chose the one song and how it relates to the narrator. I thought the falling snow as a particularly nice touch. Well Done!

  6. Rommy says:

    Some songs harmonize with our own music so well, but we have to watch for those songs that drown out our own songs.

  7. Jim says:

    An “Ear Worm?” The song, “My little run-away” is sort of that way for me. Literally for songs, but I can’t think of a person I always have in my mind, not even Mrs. Jim. I think your poet is a lucky person if the one remembered is worthy.
    ..

  8. Elizabeth says:

    I have people in my head, that no matter how long it has been, remind me of certain songs. And when they come to mind, the song will accompany the memory of that individual. I so agree with what you have said here. Thank you,

    Elizabeth

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