All Over The Place (A Poem – Today’s Prompt)

All Over The Place
I thought I
or would see
or would hear
or would feel
so many sights
and sounds
and feelings
differently than I do
or did
or wanted to.


About Ellespeth

I'm a poet. Sometimes I write stories and other nonsense. Ellespeth

10 comments on “All Over The Place (A Poem – Today’s Prompt)

  1. Reblogged this on BalconyViewz and commented:

    Today’s attempt at a prompt. (I think I saw) from
    there are so lovely offerings today…take a peek and enjoy!

  2. I think it reflects how we all feel at times. I like it! Hugs

  3. It’s great how it is both clear and a little unclear at the same time. It depends on how much I think about it. The more I think about it, the less I follow, but if I just go with the words then I understand. If that makes any sense.

  4. A great introspection! Most of my days are like this …in a good way 🙂

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