Retrolude – A Summer Poem

I found this in the Notes app on my iCloud. I’d forgotten all about it but I do recall where I was when I wrote it: laying on the grass on the north side of Herbert Park, listening to sounds of summer while I felt like winter inside.

Seagulls and church bells.

The sound of a summer wind,
more than a breeze, in the trees.
Like a stream, or a small waterfall.

All over the city,
hearts are breaking, are broken.

I’m probably over posting today but it’s helping me stay connected to the world I don’t feel part of in any way.

One of my own pictures for a change, and taken in Herbert Park in summer 2013.

Dot 💋

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