Poetry / Poets

Seldom Am I Sad / Seldom Do You Visit by Paul Tristram

The door closes behind you.
April showers the doorstep.
June makes me crumpets and toast.
January and February
left with you.
October hides in
the opposite corner
from March
both clawing themselves
into invisibility.
May and July need do nothing
but sit back within their shine.
August breaks open the chocolate.
November is in the garden
collecting kindling.
September is busy welcoming
the school children back.
While December and myself
are planning to view
other properties.

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4 thoughts on “Seldom Am I Sad / Seldom Do You Visit by Paul Tristram

  1. A cyclic Love and breakup poem by Paul Tristam which was previously published in In Between Hangovers, Issue #5, March / April 2007

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