Inside the Mind of Davy D
Where Words and Worlds Collide in Poetry
July 26, 2016
Love, Observation, Passion, Pavement, Poetry, Senryu, Silhouette, WordHighJuly
For the Word-High July Prompts of Filipino Words hosted by A Reading Writer.
Pahimakas – (n.) Last farewell
geeez! that was eerie and creepy but written magnificently! GREAT, Davy! ❤
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Thank you Rosema, your comments are much appreciated.
you are most welcome!
I agree, creepy, but a fine job, too!
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Thank you Suzanne. Have a great day.
You’re welcome and thank you. I hope that you have a great day, too.
Ya done good. There were man down lines like that just outside one of my dorm rooms years ago. It was kinda creepy, like this image.
Thank you David. It is not something that occurs in the UK but something that I grew up with watching those fantastic American cop series from the seventies and eighties. Kojak and Hill Street Blue spring to mind.
I have only seen it once in real life. But just about all the cop shows had it: The District, Monk, Columbo.
I remember Columbo and The District but never saw Monk.
You missed a treat. He is Suzanne’s favorite detective.
I’m heartbroken, I thought I was lol.
Great piece! Felt like the start of a Film Noir
Thank you Shaun. I appreciate you taking the time to read and your kind comment.
I felt bad that some goodbyes are only etched on chalked silhouettes. Sigh…
One of the darker sides of life Maria. Thank you for reading and commenting.
Yes, indeed. Sigh…
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