Poetry

Certainty

Written by Jacob Ibrag

Crumbling fixtures.

Flowers chasing age, embracing

quality of length rather than its quantity.

‘Where did it all go?’ Everywhere you swore

we’d be. Followed whispers of certainty.

Gave my eyes so you could lead.


Photographer Unknown

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24 comments on “Certainty

  1. Followed whispers of certainty…love this line.

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  2. Cracking, great photo choice too.

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  3. snoviumeni

    Your words touch me every time – sometimes I could just type “like” as I am speechless – thank you

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  4. Wow this is so good :))

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  5. Your words are swift and your picture is unique. Way to stay on top of things, very competitive market here on WordPress, but your language is standing out. I would love your feedback on my new short story called PHONESTRUCK, please comment and let us know what you honestly think and be more than happy to promote your blog to my 700 followers

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  6. Really wonderful poem. Don’t know if its too much to ask but can I get a reblog from you.

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  7. Jacob, I really like this one. The part that resonates the most with me is, “Flowers chasing age.” I like the idea of exploring the concept of certainty.

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  8. Absolutely love this piece..

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  9. I like it, made me think of dead flowers scattered by the whispers of wind

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  10. Everywhere you swore we’d be…made my heart go pang, ouch. Really touching, awesome.

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