Pay Attention

she was always coming or going, 
life and love at light speed,
until she became only
the coming and the going,
until the going became imminent,
a glimpse of ‘what if’,
prying wide her eyes,
forcing her to see that
her feet were rooted in the moment,
which was fleeting

best pay attention

-image via Pixabay 

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6 thoughts on “Pay Attention

    • Some circumstances dictate the whirlwind, like having children, but I really want to pay attention. It’s so easy not to, especially with electronics and what not so readily available. I just really want to interact with people. To love. A summer breeze sounds magnificent. Maybe one day?!?!

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