3: 17 Am: I Have Just Realized

These poems have come
Without a bottle
A shot
A pint

by s./j. goldner Click to read full poem

Comments (36)

Save for the cat, my poems have been inspired by pretty much everything you've listed: / In all seriousness, though, this is another example of your ability to come up with a seemingly simple idea, and show that it's not simple at all. It looks innocuous, because of the length, but says so much.10.
Brilliant...nothing to lose and everything to die for! straight 10 for you...
An excellent job is done, very nice composition.10++
And sometimes....without......a single clue!
a plain life is a real life.......................
But they do have a home. It is called your heart. They may come out to visit, but they will never leave. Good Job. Ken
Nice thoughts but who really knows where the thoughts of inspiration comes from. Thanks for sharing Dwayne
3: 17 am, a right time for such ideal thoughts as u've poured out here in your piece. I like this... cheers
And sometimes they do, but where they really come from is the question I suppose. Nice thought to ponder.
You leave your readers with one question, dear one, where did this poem come from, but that is the point isn't it, - Lovely work.
I’m thinking I was suppose to find this poem today. As I start my first day without......................... and not use that old standby excuse it helps me write
Without a bottle, great line, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , i see this well..
leaves nothin' much more than the self awareness and imagination unabetted and unabated
good one, yes. wld be wonderful read out loud.
so simple, yet packs a punch, , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
Excellent. Wish i could say that.
Wow, lucky you, if true. :)
i love this one susan. i will try to read all your poems.
I like the compact form of this because it just proves that we don't always need a lot of 'words' to make a point.
Neat and original. I like the ending too.