GONE FOR THE DAY

when your ideas of salvation
wear off and recovery time

turns to zero, will you put your
notions of happiness on hold

and just for today (promise to)
meet me in our dreams by the sea

for some shared tears
under an oak tree

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Author: Blogging_with_Bojana

I'm diggin' Need to grow, have to push Flicking through vinyl and feeding the rush I dig for that one and I open the haunt It's takin' all day from the back to the front I'm diggin' and diggin' You know Sorry baby I'm gone diggin' www.bloggingwithbojana.com

74 thoughts on “GONE FOR THE DAY”

      1. I do too… sometimes, their Latin and French origin, their evolution, and how we sometimes use them, not so in the right place . If I am not wrong, Shakespeare had coined new words which we use quite frequently.

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      2. Yes, as many as 1,700 words, they say. We hear him every day: critic,, majestic, hurry, lonely, road, assassination, laughable, reliance, exposure, and so on, as well as in many phrases we use, such as: ‘Break the ice’, ‘All that glitters is not gold’, ‘Hot-blooded’, ‘Housekeeping’, ‘It’s all Greek to me’, ‘The naked truth’.
        Cool, right?

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  1. Oh, Gorgeous Lady, I cannot tell you how much I like this. For me, this is what you do best. This is a love poem as love is, the part that doesn’t get written about as much, and you do it so beautifully. A sadness shared is worlds away from loneliness. This filled me with warmth.

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