Muted Experience

Those cool vocals howl in my ears as the wind whips through my hair.

I sit and stare at the sunlight sprinkling from the black vastness above as the thundering of cars roll by.

Their exhaust suffocates and chokes the little bit of beauty around like the weakening oak tree I rest my body against.

I don’t know how long it’ll be there for but I know it’ll be there longer then me.

I’m already gone.

I’m just an observer in these matters.

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  1. Reblogged this on Bastet and Sekhmet's Library and commented:
    It’s been awhile since I’ve had a chance to read one of J.R. Taylor’s poems … have a go folks … something to meditate!

    • J.R.Taylor

      Bastet! Thank you so much for reblogging this poem! I’m really happy you enjoyed that much you shared it with your followers! That is an incredible honor, :).

      • You’re very welcome JR, I don’t see you as much as I’d like, but I’ve always enjoyed your work … cheers to you! :-)

      • J.R.Taylor

        Wow!!!! I will for sure try to get on here more! Thank you! Thank you! :-) that is fantastic, :)!

      • I didn’t say anything special but I love your enthusiasm! I’ve been reading you for a year now and off and on, and love your work :-)

  2. Lovely…so much to think about…what hit me most: like the weakening oak tree I rest my body against….that’s me alright.

    • J.R.Taylor

      Thank you for commenting! :) I’m really happy that you were able to connect to the words in someway! I hope you keep reading!

  3. eplkw

    This.. was really evocative. I’m not sure what it was. I feel like I’ve felt this already, thought similar thoughts. Your writing’s incredible. :)

    • J.R.Taylor

      Thank you soooo much for your kind words! I’m glad you could relate. I just caught a moment. and wrote. Maybe we shared that same moment!

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