A Crack in the Wall

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Submitted by Ivor Steven

Placing yesteryear’s photos,
In that bygone album.
Cutting window holes,
In today’s front door.
Pasting forgotten memories,
In the Bible, so forlorn.
Packing tomorrow’s cases,
Full of dusty dreams.
Clutching torn curtains,
Darkened to the outside worlds.
Passing a crumbling brick wall,
Weakened by the original fall.


Photo credit: Broken Walls from Fine Arts America

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  1. Reblogged this on Ivor.Plumber/Poet and commented:
    Thankyou to the Team at Vita Brevis Magazine, The New Poetry Magazine, for selecting and subsequently publishing my poem “A Crack In The Wall”. I thoroughly recommend to all my readers and followers, to visit and support this superb Poetry Magazine, https://vitabrevisliterature.com

  2. Feeling honoured that the Vita Brevis Team selected and published this poem, written about the awful anxieties of facing eviction from your longtime home.

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