Life is full of twists …

Life is full of twists and
The unexpected is the
You looked for
roses and pretty cards,
'I love you' whispered in your ear,
and reassuring your fragile
Dogged determination stands where you
had hoped romance would be.
You were disappointed to learn that I prefer
uncomplicated sex to
I never have liked those
Still, you are
and I am
and you continue to
nourish our (not so perfect)

by Thomas Wigington

12 responses

  1. Hello! Forgive me if you prefer not to receive awards. I am a fan of your blog and as such I am nominating you for the Liebster Award which is designed to honor and promote bloggers as facilitated by other bloggers, like myself herein. It is a whimsical and indulgent endeavor. If you chose to perpetuate the love, do so as indicated in the following borrowed information:

    The rules are as follows:

    Post 11 random facts about yourself.
    Answer 11 questions asked by the person who nominated you. (You can find them on my page)
    Nominate 11 bloggers. The bloggers you award are to do the same.
    Ask 11 questions to those you have nominated.
    Let them know you nominated them by commenting on their blogs.

    If not, please know at minimum that I have promoted your blog on my own based upon my enjoyment of your work. Be well and Happy New Year!

  2. Thomas,

    My radical plan is this: I plan to ‘unfollow’ everyone, despite the knowledge of my laborious climb up the infamous ladder of “likes”. I admit to having felt dogged by a vague sense of insincerity at times along the way.

    Anyway, it is clear to me that I must start again; find a new tack, so to speak.
    Now, if I could just remember how that song of self-reinvention goes………

    Come to think of it, I think I shall copy and paste what I have just written here and make it a Blog post.


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  4. Whatever intervals of timeless time intervene between your blog posts Thomas, I remain a steadfast Admirer of your writing.

    Undoubtedly, we will never be embarrassingly popular with our writing style, but then again, genuineness never played to insincerity.

    With warm affection,

    • Thank you, Michele. I miss all the fun of being more active here, reading your poetry and everyone else’s, as well as, posting more regularly. I’ll try to get back to it.

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