Poetry

Comfort

Written by Jacob Ibrag

Pear tree. She looks at his garden as he

peers through the curtains. Next door, neighbor.

Growing up, strangers. Wanting more than a white

picket fence relationship. Waiting, for each other.

Wishing, for the other to give up comfort.


Photographer Unknown

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18 comments on “Comfort

  1. Too often, people are unwilling to step outside their comfort zone, to be brave and surrender to the unknown, emotion that burns within …

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  2. Hiya, I have nominated your blog for the Liebster Award. πŸ™‚
    https://isitfridayyetweb.wordpress.com/2017/08/05/the-liebster-award/

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  3. Very cool yet again.

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  4. Sometimes, we’re just, too comfortable where we are, to not be able to make a change to our lives (like taking a chance?), when there’s a high possibility, of that chance making our lives a lot better than it currently is…

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  5. Sometimes we are too arfaid to speak and wait for the other one to do so, when in reality both think the same and few things are left unsaid. Great poemπŸ’›

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  6. to give up comfort is to give comfort.

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  7. I love this…it reminds me of one of my writings. http://wp.me/p7zPq9-cF

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  8. Beautiful. I love your writings. I would be honoured to get a feedback from you on my blog.

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  9. “Wanting more than a white picket fence relationship”
    This is a fantastic line that speaks volumes about the world we currently live in. I would say that it almost acts as a metaphor for the smartphone generation. Why is it so hard to connect these days?

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