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Red Patchwork

Updated on November 19, 2014

My poems are red patchwork
Stitched from pieces torn
from my broken dreams and fallen leaves
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      Ann Carr 2 years ago from SW England

      I like the red patchwork being linked to autumn leaves. You've managed visuals and thoughts with just 4 lines! Great.

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      Tijani Achamlal 2 years ago from Morocco

      Yes ,very true.It's kind of sweet and sour at the same time.I don't regret it,on the contrary ,I enjoyed it .Simply we were not meant to be.I was mad,feeling betrayed and not ready to adjust myself to a new situation.I believe in love and never will give up.Some day,somehow it will happen.Just keep your hands crossed for me ;)

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      christinemariezzz 2 years ago

      yea, well concern is because we are all human and attraction is primal, and yet it can sometimes feel like an infectious disease that needs treatment: it's weird. Love is weird...but weird is not bad if we look at some of the natural phenomena and created works in this whole sphere we live in...weird is there...and it's not always ugly...but "itchy", "uncomfortable" like a pox! Nice if we have someone who understands no matter when it happened, just that it does...and to show empathy.

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      Tijani Achamlal 2 years ago from Morocco

      That was a long time ago.I am over it now,many miles away.What doesn't kill us makes us strong as they say.They were kinda therapeutic writings.Thanks for your concern.

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      christinemariezzz 2 years ago

      James,

      Huh, interesting find for me! My thoughts did not go as furious to blood red, more to the softening red: pink even to white. I am glad you reciprocated in telling me and supplying me with other hubs. Red patchwork and blood seems the real meaning because you are the author of the work...glad again you came forth with your comment back.

      Rosy dreams...don't be so hard on yourself...unrequited love is also very real. Leaving on a somewhat light hearted note: "Nothing takes the taste out of peanut butter like unrequited love." Is what Charlie Brown has said. ~Christine

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      Tijani Achamlal 2 years ago from Morocco

      Reading these old poems below will give you a clue why my poetry is sorta sad.written by my blood . Dreams were rosy and I was too naive.I believed in a person and then got hurt at the end .

      https://hubpages.com/literature/My-body-has-a-memo...

      https://hubpages.com/literature/May-7th

      https://hubpages.com/literature/Oddly-enough

      Still there are others but i think those are sufficient to get a clue of what i ve been through.

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      christinemariezzz 2 years ago

      James,

      Wow! 16 Word Emphrasis!

      A common thing merged into hard-to fix stuff! ..."broken dreams..."

      Hmm..I do like it! Of course I do!

      It boldly put these questions In my mind:

      Could those dreams be white too? or how bout those leaves, maybe pink?

      Could the dreams be purely broken, the leaves love -fallen?

      You've engaged an audience with this one!

      Your poems, as you say,..."are red patchwork!"

      -christinemarie

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      Suzette Walker 2 years ago from Taos, NM

      Beautiful poem - you say so much in few words. The metaphor and image is beautiful.

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      Frank Atanacio 2 years ago from Shelton

      genuine poetry... voted simply awesome