Poetry

Other

Written by Jacob Ibrag

Key around her neck. He wonders where

it connects. Heart in hand, she let him have it when

they first met. Mind in his chest, he always knows what

she’s thinking. He always knows. It’s from the other, the

soul from her last relationship. A reminder of what of

she’s left. A key to a home that’ll always be there.


Photo by F


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28 comments on “Other

  1. This piece, very touching..

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  2. Awesome piece πŸ”₯

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  3. The poem is so interesting and intriguing, had to read it 3 times. The key could be interpreted in different ways, but I’d like to believe the ‘reminder’ is useful, in that she is making a choice to have that available home but yet never return.

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  4. I really love this. It holds a lot of depth, for sure!

    Liked by 1 person

  5. I so agree. It’s wonderful to see and enjoy.

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  6. last relationship meaning her ex is still in her heart somewhere

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  7. Very touched! Thank you.

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  8. how beautifully you have captured the way people think/feel in a relationship!

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  9. So beautifully done!!

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  11. Amazing poem. Just loved it.
    I have also written a poem on eyes. Please do have a read. I hope you will enjoy it and help me with your valued feedback πŸ˜€

    Liked by 1 person

  12. Great poem! It’s so hard to let go of the past sometimes.

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