Posted in Gracie's Glimmer, Poetry From A Woman Who Thinks Too Much

where do you run to woman 

where do you run to woman
when there’s no where left to go?
your feet are slowing down
your body is broken and old.
you still wanna run
you still wanna go
you wanna keep moving
from sunshine to tornadoes to snow.
where do you run to woman
when there’s no where left to go?
fifteen houses and seven states
moving trucks and new couches
starting over again, it’s a temporary relief
such an insane, disastrous distraction
cause you always pack the same problems
between your books and your shoes.
where do you run to woman
when there’s no where left to go?
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8 thoughts on “where do you run to woman 

    1. I’ve been in AA since I was 23, ( I’m 65 now) drank one night in 1989, and my head knew that a new place wouldn’t help, but my heart didn’t. Isn’t it strange how we can do that? I also married a newcomer. Paid for that one too. I have stayed sober and grown and struggled, won and lost, and stayed sober. Amen.

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