All Around the World

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Hearsay, a loose word for something never witnessed,
Like shapes thrown from streetlights or silent derelictions.

I was never one to be tethered, more a stranger drifting
From bedsit to bedsit. Outcast, some said. Afflicted, said others.

A tapestry can only be sewn with the thread you are given,
Turned into an old cotton bookmark with a hard stitched heart. 

10 thoughts on “All Around the World

  1. “A tapestry can only be sewn with the thread you are given”
    This is a deep and beautiful line, Davy. I guess the designs and patterns are what really matter and forge our identities. A lovely poem. 🙂

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