Erosion

Erosion

Silent as a

falling raindrop

Every second

a slow

unremarkable

descent.

Beware

of secrets.

—-

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17 Responses to Erosion

  1. claudia says:

    ugh….secrets can def. cause erosion in a relationship… better to play with open cards and talk about things

  2. Mary says:

    Oh yes, secrets can really eat up a relationship from the inside.

  3. Mary says:

    Alan, why don’t you link this to Poets United Poetry Pantry?

  4. This in its brevity says so much.. Those secrets are the weed of our gardens.

  5. Sumana Roy says:

    slow and sure growth to kill…

  6. brian miller says:

    secrets are certainly killers
    and they erode slowly but steadily

  7. Enigma says:

    Very intriguing. Well penned.

  8. Myrna says:

    I like the feel of this, its darkness. Very creative way to warn against corroding secrets.

  9. Grace says:

    Secrets can erode a relationship, slowly over time ~ Good one Alan ~

  10. It is cool when a poem says so much in so few lines…….intriguing write, Alan.

  11. Intriguing. Open to interpretation. Secrets can indeed be damaging. Much said in a few words.

  12. Gabriella says:

    Secrets are rarely a good thing. I like the idea of erosion you use, a slow but ongoing process.

  13. dsnake1 says:

    i loved the structure of this poem, unassuming, as secrets tend to be.
    great stuff!

  14. This has the feel of Eastern poetry – the haiku/ tanka style phrasing is very effective.

  15. Kim Nelson says:

    Stark and true, you convey the reality that secrets, like lies, destroy.

  16. 1sojournal says:

    Even though we know this, we still keep secrets.

    Elizabeth
    http://soulsmusic.wordpress.com/

  17. humbird says:

    Intriguing…Oh, secrets have to work for you, otherwise discard them :)x

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