Poetry

Tale

Written by Jacob Ibrag

Black star, who do you think you are? Crickets sleeping in

the depths of your crater. We won’t see you coming. Hidden. Crashing

into the receptors of our central nervous system. I’d ask for your name and

yet this part seems familiar. A cobra chasing its own tale. Tail? Tale. Delivered

to uncover latent content. Uncomfortable. You won’t miss any of this, and

maybe you will. Name. It’ll come to me, the next time we do this.


Photography by Masha Sardari

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24 comments on “Tale

  1. Sounds like the thoughts are tangling up, you’d better separate the strands, before it gets too messy and leave you in a total knot!

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  2. The grasping for a name…

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  3. Thank you for having brought my attention towards your creativity! I enjoy your flow of words. Nice to image through and live out those fantasies.

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  4. Ah, worth the read!

    Meno<3

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  5. sangg527

    This is so deep!

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  6. Beautiful and disjointed… I love it!!

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  8. messageinstanza

    Nice. I like the tail… tale part a whole lot. πŸ˜€

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  9. Love this! ❀

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  10. πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ’—πŸ’—

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  11. ichbindaswortistich

    Easily the best poetry I’ve read in quite a while. A small correction (if I may, otherwise ignore it): ‘A cobra chasing its own tale.’ (No apostrophe)

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  12. Hi there. I nominated you for the versatile blogger award so if you can go read my recent post on my page I would appreciate it. Thank you.

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