Expiration, Geraldine McEwan and The Remaining Few

Individual threads,

on the tattered edge

of the time bleached fabric of a generation

flutter,

disconnected from those closest to them,

subsumed by the prevailing wind of time,

dangling and twisting until they fall away,

looking back, one last time,

on what remains of their attachment.

 

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About jackdetate

Married, 2 children, retired, enjoying unstructured time: "And then he drank a dew From a convenient grass, And then hopped sidewise to the wall To let a beetle pass." ~ Emily Dickinson
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2 Responses to Expiration, Geraldine McEwan and The Remaining Few

  1. jackdetate says:

    Thank you for reading and commenting Cindy. Something about ‘Miss Marple’ leaving the scene struck me on a personal level.

  2. Cindy says:

    Excellent imagery..evocative! Well done my friend!

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