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11 thoughts on “Ah! I’m home again.

  1. I like your poem for how well you have expressed this human duality of a person who, on the one hand, needs to feel loved but, on the other, is submissive to another person’s will. It all hints at a relationship of excessive codependency. If your poem be a reference to a love relationship I could only say it is so damn difficult to find balance in any human relationship, where usually one person is always conspiring to get out. When it comes to personal accomplishments we often feel devoid, deluded. I strongly recommend you and the rest of your followers here to read my friend Mario Savioni’s novel (very short chapters) “Pickles and Tarts”. A lot of what your lovely poem expresses is there as well: what one dares to dream but cannot always accomplish: “Frank thought about this. Was he looking for a partner or someone to have sex with? He did not think beyond that simple, single transaction — the satisfaction of his baser needs, not realizing that his needs might go on given the possibility of this opportunity and mutual attraction.” Excerpt from here: https://savioni.wordpress.com/2019/02/27/pickles-and-tarts-chapter-8/

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