Poetry

Move

Written by Jacob Ibrag

‘And what happens to those that refuse

to move an inch? Some will always chose to exist

as is.’ Tossing a stone by his planted feet, she pointed

towards a dead tree and tried to explain, ‘the still forget

the purpose of breathing.They focus on what was

and live vicariously through yesterday.’


Photography Unknown


I hope you all have a beautiful and meaningful

start to a brand new year! Twenty sixteen has been a bumpy

ride and twenty seventeen can’t come soon enough. I might go live

on Instagram during the final hour of the night so I guess look out for

that. If I don’t see you, I’d like to thank all six thousand three hundred

of the people in the Eyes + Words community for keeping this place

so vibrant and unique. I love and respect you all and can’t wait

to see what we come up with in the new year ahead.

– Jacob Ibrag

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36 comments on “Move

  1. Happy 2017 Jacob and looking forward to more of your great poetry.

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  2. Happy New Year Davy 🙂

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  3. Happy New Year! I wish I could write like you

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  4. Thank you. Happy New Year!!

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  5. Jaded thought breathed from drug addiction…

    Would it have happened without, we’ll never really know,
    unless… Too much information…

    Some breath power an wealth beyond, anybody’s imagination…

    All useless on a different world..

    kisses within a tormented dream…

    chris

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  6. Happy New Year Jacob!

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  7. Happy new year Jacob.

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  8. Happy new year Jacob I hope it brings you good fortune and smiles 😊

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  9. middleofnowhereweb

    ❤ Happy New year, New Treasure. 🙂

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  10. Happy New Year to you and yours!

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  11. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    FOR A REDHEAD…I’D MOVE CLOSER! JACOB—YOUSE AN EXCELLENT STORYTELLER!

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  12. Wishing you a happy new year!

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  13. I especially like this poem. It rings true for me. Each of us has a choice to move forward or refuse to change. Happy 2017.

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  14. the purpose of breathing …
    wish you all the best for the coming year:
    chaos, health and poetry!

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  15. And a fantastic 2017 to you too. As always, your work is addictive ❤

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  16. Happy New Year to you. Keep up the great work because I always look forward to reading your posts. In 2017, the best is yet to come!

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  17. devereaux frazier

    Reblogged this on Creative Writing Reblogged.

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