Poetry Reflections 2020 #4

In the spirit of my poet friend, Robert Okaji, at O at the Edges , I am going to repost 1 of my most visited poems from 2020 everyday this week leading up to the New Year. After all, this is the time of year we spend regenerating, hibernating and reflecting; and man o’ man, did we go through a lot this past year!

Dismantled

My anger, my rage

is the storm of

Love broken 

in two,

trust dismantled

by you.

©Jay Mora-Shihadeh

Photo by Med Ahabchane from Pexels

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