Inside the Mind of Davy D
Where Words and Worlds Collide in Poetry
November 15, 2016
Emergency Ward, Final Score, Final-Score Tetralogy, Flatline, Gun, M83, Midnight City, November Notes, Poetry, Senyru, Tears, Victim
This is the second part of the Final-Score tetralogy. To read part one clink on this link. Final-Score.
Written for November Notes, hosted by Rosema at A Reading Writer and Sarah at Heartstring Eulogies.
Day 15 Music Prompt: Midnight City by M83
Oh goodness! No!! Just no!
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Such is the world of a gangland war NJ. Thank you for reading and commenting.
I know. It’s just sad. Why can’t we just value another being? 😦
Oh No–this is too heartbreaking. I love the way you just say it out straight and hard, as it literally is. Great job, Davy…tragic, too frequent truth.
Delyn, they are based on some of my experiences when I worked as a police officer in London. You can’t really tell it any other way. Thanks for taking time out to read and comment.
That must have been a tough career, hard on a sensitive heart. How long did you do that work? You’re quite welcome–I love your posts!
I had its moments Delyn. I was a police officer for 30 years and retired 3 years ago because they didn’t allow you to do more than that. Now left to concentrate on the sensitive heart and writing poetry 🙂
WOW, 30 years is quite a career, Davy. Tons of fodder for writing, no doubt.
Yes Delyn. I am currently trying to write some of my experiences in poetic form. Who knows, a book in the future?
Ohhh, that would be marvelous, Davy! I’d definitely be interested, as you don’t often hear of cops writing poetry–especially about their experiences.
I have been testing a few of them on my blog and they seem to be well received. I am working on some longer poems and ideas at the moment 🙂
Yes, the ones I’ve read are GOOD, so be encouraged, Davy!
Thank you Delyn. I appreciate your kind words 🙂
You are sincerely welcome, friend Davy!
Thank you Delyn 🙂
Thanks for taking time out to read and comment Sarah.
Of course! 😊
… & so the drama continues. I like the image created by that word ‘flatlines’.
Thank you Roland. It could get worse before it gets better.
Me too. I can hear the sound the life support machine makes. The beep.
Thank you Laura. It is good when a piece of work can evoke the senses.
oh nohhh… Can this be real????
Mich, a mix of fact and fiction. Taken from reflections from my policing days in London. Stay tuned there will be more to come during November Notes.
Oohh i see….i will keep an eye on all of your posts then..
Thank you Mich. That is appreciated 🙂
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