DJD Quick/dd

Rookie (January 19,1990 / Denton)

My Mirror, My Walkway - Poem by DJD Quick/dd

On summer evenings I go walking through the streets
Over my London Bridge, across the mississippi river
The place where I am to stay
When my beach is far away

Some nights I just strut across
With lingering stress on my mind
Other dawns I stop to watch the sunrise
Some evenings, I go to the right spot
And I look down into a large mirror
I catch the sun bidding me farewll

As I look into my mirror
As I see the sky
I catch my reflection in the sun's eyes

Sometimes, when I'm caught inbetween
I hear some commoners comment, then insult my bridge and mirror
If it's six feet long and falling, who cares?
If it's the city sewage dump, who cares?

On summer evenings and autumn dawns
I walk over my London Bridge
Across my mississippi river
I stop to look into my mirror
And I catch a glimpse of a life
A life that's nowhere to be found
Except within the depths of my heart

Comments about My Mirror, My Walkway by DJD Quick/dd

  • Rookie - 0 Points K. Jared Hosein (3/18/2006 6:04:00 PM)

    A piece filled with vivid imagery and a nice plea from the narrator - an appreciation of a little thing (or big thing) as a body of water reflecting yourself against the sky. An impressive read.

    - K. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, March 18, 2006

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