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Good Morning to Goodbye

Good morning to Goodbye

written by: John Patrick Robbins


She spoke to me of passions for everything entwined within the confines of a message.
She believed I was foolish enough to embrace dreams as my truth’s existence.

I understood the burden of knowledge and the scars of falling face forward in unending rewind.

Isolation taught me one constant.
And she severed the ties.

I will miss your narrative my dear.
It was nice basking in the delusion of what some deem as love.

Empty glasses and a slow death’s promise is the only certainty I care to embrace.

Pillow talk is empty, whisper goodbye to me instead.

John Patrick Robbins

John Patrick Robbins

John Patrick Robbins is the editor in chief of the Rye Whiskey Review. He is also the author of The Still Night Sessions from Whiskey City Press. His work has been published here at SpillWords, San Padro River Review, Fearless Poetry Zine, Piker Press, Punk Noir Magazine, 1870 Magazine. His work is always unfiltered.
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