Falling

falling-leaf

Hey, people.  Two weeks ago I had a tough week. Since then, most of my posts have been dark (very unlike me).  Trying to get back into my romantic writing, and seriously, I can’t find my mojo. Yes, the Chimp is without his romantic mojo.

If anyone finds it, please return it back to me.

This is a simple muchy one to try to get me back on track.

Falling

Quietly you watch
my slow descent
As your irresistible
gravity takes me in

As Natural as the
crisp autumn leaves
Baby, you have me
falling just for you

 

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285 thoughts on “Falling

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    • Thank you for thinking of me. I an flattered. However, I don’t participate in the giving or receiving of awards. I am so tied up with my writing, I can barely keep up with my blog. Thanks for thinking of me, and I hope this doesn’t offend you in any way. Much appreciated.

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  2. I was kind of worried about you, MIA status and all–doesn’t seem like you’ve lost the mojo, from this poem, though. I think I’m the culprit–borrowed the romance mojo yesterday. Good to see you–I LOVE the poem 🙂

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  3. I have been lucky to get a nugget out here and there myself as me being cryptic had many here knowing something was up. My situation is getting worse daily, about to begin eviction from court and my sister locked all appliances, I gave up my car after my horrible accident 4 years ago and sold my car shortly after and I am going under the knife hopefully once for both shoulders and not sure of anything. But sometimes you just have to start writing.

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  4. I will be here through your struggle with finding words from your soul. Because I know when you come back to posting something you also enjoy, it will be better than any piece you had written before.. Patiently waiting.
    Meanwhile, enjoying your short poetic words too. 🙂 Thanks for sharing

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  6. I’ll join in the general praise for this one. I like it! It has a nice strong central image and makes its point simply and powerfully. I’m sure most of us on this thread can empathize when it comes to writer’s block. I’m glad you got your mojo back in the end. (Writing the 257th comment or whatever it is has the great advantage that I know what comes next!) 🙂

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  7. It’s okay to lose your ‘positive’ mojo – you’re still writing. That’s the most important thing is keeping writing.

    Anne Right said: ‘If I do have a mid-cross crisis, I will get a tattoo, and that tattoo will read: 200 words a day.”

    Keep going 🙂

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  8. After reading your two poems, ‘We breathe the Same Air, and falling,’ I get the impression you like writing poetry more than prose. Am I right, or do you have some other reason? I’d like to know your answer please, thank you. 🙂

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