Changing Lanes – Poem by Linda Imbler

Poetry by Linda Imbler

As one breathes in
the beauty of nature,
and life’s greatest treasures,
another breathes out,
and all becomes still,
as they go into memory.

One falls down,
the fault of such action
being tricky to discern,
the wayside becomes the lover
as the faller clings to the ground.
Another stands up,
rises to greet the day
and to face adversity.

All of us on life’s great footpath,
going the same direction,
albeit at different speeds.

About the Poet

Linda Imbler’s poetry collections include two self-published works, “Big Questions, Little Sleep,” and “Lost and Found.”  Soma Publishing has published her two e-book collections, “The Sea’s Secret Song,” and “Pairings,” a hybrid of short fiction and poetry.  Examples of Linda’s poetry and a listing of publications can be found at here.

2 thoughts

  1. There’s a harmony in this, with pairings of actions and results, and with the various players and actions that complement each other, regardless of pace.

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