Behind the Elevator #poetry #photography


hall

Beckoned to the mystery

something I might dread

there has to be something

behind the hallway of my head

my finger shudders, lingers

on THE button slowly now

once I press it “Open”

“Close” may not be allowed

my hand makes the decision

reason swirls with dismay

one thing I can tell you

I’ll never be the same

If I told you what I found there

you’d be in a tangle too

but I signed a special paper

you’ll wish in part you knew

the question now arises

where am I am I not

if you knew the answer

you’d stand to lose alot

Wishing all the Poet’s United folks a happy Wednesday and Happy Thanksgiving (for those who are celebrating) and thanks Sumana for the prompt “Hyperbole.”

 

 

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19 thoughts on “Behind the Elevator #poetry #photography

  1. This is absolutely incredible writing, Leslie ❤️ you had me at “once I press it “Open”, “Close” may not be allowed” Beautifully executed. Hope all is well with you. So good to see you! ❤️

    Lots of love,
    Sanaa

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  2. Isn’t that the fear of every “open sesame’? ANd then we cover for what may be nothing, or may be too scarey to share, especially if its nothing. Wow.

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  3. It is not in mankind’s nature to accept what is; for there is a constant search for something different. This is both our achievement and our failure which your last two lines confirm.

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  5. Hmmm, the hardest choices we have to make are the ones that involve no choice at all (once I press it “Open”“Close” may not be allowed). A little kafkaesque and it had me feeling uncomfortable, but after all it is a hyperbole… 🙂

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