Call me up



say you're going

to call.


who knows

what i'll be

up too.


riding a train.

making a bagel.

drawing a sparrow.

singing a jam.



say you're going 

to buzz.


who knows

where I'll be



laying in a field.

catching a plane.

washing out pee-stains.

taking a photograph.


as much as my heart

feels the loneliness of now,

there's a need to leave

when there's need to leave.


and I wait for no one

and I expect none to follow.

◄ Tea Cup

Two Queens, A liar, and the Fly ►


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Mon 7th May 2012 21:33

Hi Johanna, I really like this piece! It does speak of loneliness. But what really gives it its strength are the last two stanza's. It kinda turns it around as if you are strong and independant.




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