Poetry

the man at the cliff

He might fall.

Three words that triggered
a lot of thoughts and memories
back to my mind.
Three words that wouldn’t
make sense unless you hear
the rest of the line.

…he’s always on the edge.

And that is where the problem lies.

Daily Post’s Edge.

P.S. This was previously titled as ‘just on the edge.’ 

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7 thoughts on “the man at the cliff

    • Staying on the edge far too long wouldn’t get you anywhere. It’s either you trace back the steps and go back where you were or fall down, and maybe learn how to fly.

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