Poetry

Realization

Written by Jacob Ibrag

Progressions and

recollections. The high from

making a decision. The high from being

certain. The high from knowing everything. And

then nostalgia creeps in. The flooding of images and

what ifs. Mental calibration and rationalization. Mental

re-calibration and rationalization. Re-calibrating and

rethinking. ‘I threw away a good thing.’ Walking

back towards a fractured path. The slow

realization that no one is there.


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16 comments on “Realization

  1. Your poems of late have really been touching that crack in my heart that I just can’t seem to fill in.

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  2. Ohh dats beautifully written πŸ’― loved it

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  3. The fruits of delusion, mon ami.

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  5. I’ve learned that missing someone or visiting old haunts and good memories doesn’t always mean you’ve thrown away a good thing– and that moving forward in a relationship where there’s been turbulence doesn’t mean you walk back- it means you walk forward in forgiveness and hope. Empty spaces mean to me that they have walked forward in their own hopes and their own changes- and what better thing can we hope for than peace in their own lives when peace cannot be attained together?

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  6. Wow. You’re amazing!

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  7. Mhmmm I’m so interested in knowing how your path has changed from then to now. Great evoking of emotions!

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  8. This is precisely WHY we should only look forward in our lives to where we’re headed next, because if we keep on looking back, or even, walking backwards, we won’t see where we’re headed, we might hit something, and we’d missed out on what the world is offering us in the now…very wise!!!

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