31 thoughts on “Insomnia”

  1. I remember those old one cylinder engines running – turning gears, and the rhythm of this matches, over and over, again and again. We were working our way to peace through calming repetition and didn’t know it. Insomnia visits seldom, thankfully. Obviously, I like this and sometimes you make me tempted to start writing poetry again.

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      1. Thank you, I am becoming more tempted by the day. I am giving it serious thought, having stopped after some deeply felt poetry when Sebastiana died. After publishing those poems I simply didn’t want to go back to the poetry site where I was a member.

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