Poetry

Revelations

Written by Jacob Ibrag

Revelations. Assumptions

stumped accordingly. What was

once a thought, crushed. Allegations

and rumor. ‘I’m pretty sure that’s what

happened.’ Upside down. It starts with

a whisper and ends with a storm.


Photo by Tanja Heffner


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18 comments on “Revelations

  1. Onnce more..killed it!!!!

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  2. Brandon Neifert

    Interesting. It’s very concrete. Especially for today’s age. Rumors ought to be kept in the mill; though there is no moral weight in your poem’s tone. The poem is very matter of fact. It captures an “Essence” very well; the meaning isn’t hidden, but it doesn’t need to be hidden.

    It hits my conscience, particularly. It’s blowing up random access memories, fears, doubts, which is what good poetry should do. It’s accessed something, particularly that hidden secret we all have, the fear of being found out, or the fear of being not accepted. The poem reaches into a subconscious measure, almost dreamlike.

    I like this poem a lot.

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  3. starts with a whisper! Nice! 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  4. AMAZING! 💙

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Yup, that described the SHOCKS of whatever’s revealed to you so unexpected all right!!!

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  6. That line, though: “It starts with a whisper and ends with a storm.” Powerful!

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