Write when words speak to you


Write when words speak to you, capturing the moment - poem by JBF


When?


Watch you sidling from the glare of the headlights!

Hewn down by worries

Engrossed by foul fears

Newly imprisoned.


Wasting

Hoping

Enduring

Numb.


Wishing on yesterday

Holding on to today

Eyeing tomorrow

Neutering the now.


Wrench free!

Hasten away!

Embrace the light!

Nab the wind!


Now!


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About the Author

Janette B. Fuller is a teacher and author of three books. Her business is to write stories set in the place she knows best – Jamaica – while also helping writers to write their own stories. 

When you are ready to write your story and/or after you have written your story, make contact with her at writingwisdomtree@gmail.com for coaching and editing services, respectively. Check out her books here


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