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Written for November Notes hosted by Rosema at A Reading Writer and Sarah at Heartstring Eulogies.

Day 23 Music Prompt: You Are A Memory by Message To Bears.

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Has a haunting sadness about it and a wistful image of loneliness. It’s great when something moving can be created from such a seemingly undistinguished photograph. Good work, Davy.

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It’s incredible how the alienation jumps right out of this! Thank you, Davy. Thank you very much.

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Oh dear. I read this right after Forbidden and this is just painful 😦

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There’s something about a soiled window, isn’t there? That’s a powerful image. It reaches in. Nice, Davy.

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oh. this. this makes me think of someone alone. with no one. and it is heartbreaking. so much in so few, Davy.

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Loved this one, Davy! Could see it as a beginning to a longer tale.

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Forbidden and this one could be both a storyline material

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I have to agree with everyone else–this is very evocative, almost a throbbing ache of isolation, abandonment. Fine work, Davy.

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Very powerful image, poem. A sad story, someone sick, bed ridden…I’m feeling their pain!

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Hi Davy, the word ‘through’ and ‘break’ sparked my imagination in this one. Interesting choice of words, creates other-worldly images, a hint of violence maybe.

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