Poetry

Denial

Written by Jacob Ibrag

You invest in the

distance and retract into

your moleskin. While your words

collect on paper, I’m left by the window

pretending that I don’t care. It’s me

and these city lights till it’s we

and this bed of denial.


Photographer Unknown

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10 comments on “Denial

  1. I love this Jacob. Feels so familiar.

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  2. Those line breaks are super rich in meaning, I love this style!

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  3. This is very relatable. You articulated this feeling very well. Glad I followed you. Really good stuff. I don’t know if I’ve already asked, but if you ever need a laugh, check out my comedy blog and give it a follow if you like it!

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  4. You can be in denial all you want, but eventually, those awful parts will get caught up to you, and, you’re, out of time, and place to run and hide in…

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  5. fefeeley412

    Nice, man.

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