That Fitful Day

Do you remember that fitful day?

That day seemed all there was

It is but a day, that holds your heart still

This moment, seems now

all there is.

What then is the point in ending

on such a rageful note?

It is the gathering up

 of moments, of memories

that moves your heart

You pick all of it up

a bundle

to harness the fire

that fuels your life

Forget the rage as fodder

ignite the ‘now’

with heart. 

©Jay Mora-Shihadeh

Photo by Mohamed Nohassi on Unsplash

#Poetry #Fire #Anger

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