These Past Weeks – Author Nolan P. Holloway, Jr.

 

Walking in comfort-felt the warming flow of us

Thought we were synchronized and timed closely

Ignorant to the tasks that needed attention

Dormant under a pile in the corner of garage

It will get cleaned up in time

 

Nothing said but the temperature continued to rise

Maybe that’s why it felt warm to me

As quickly a cold blast beat the heat bloody

Dazed and confused reach for why

Groping for reason

 

Explosion blew my mind off

Anger sawed-off and wounded my ego

Truly ignorant I was-no clue of acknowledgement

What a way to arrive at the destination if we are together-

Or not

Just an illustration of how closeness is far

Warmth that chills

And ego that eats to the bone

 

© Nolan P. Holloway, Jr.

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Excerpt from the book “Journey To The Poetic Light”

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Nathan Holloway

About the Author

Nolan P. Holloway, Jr. has been writing poetry since 2011. It was something that just started spontaneously. And the poems continued to flow. In 2012 the first book, “Into My Rotation, A Collection of Scribes” was published. This work is his next project and shows his growth as a poet. He is enjoying this stage of his life and his granddaughters, Brielle and Ari Vaughn.

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  1. Thanks for sharing your work and God bless you!

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