Day 10: Farewell

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The image above are a pair of friends that won my affection and friendship, both of them are amazing persons and I found it amusing that it was actually sort of difficult to say good bye. But time goes by fast, and I´ll see them again onces I enter to school. The following «poem» is a little piece I wanted to dedicate to the bloggers that encouraged me to write, that commented my posts and well, every blogger out there that are writing.


Grateful and what a great honor it has been
Of getting to meet awesome people,
Of commenting, reading prompts, one through ten,
Doing what I like with people that like the same thing,
But may this be a truce of a farewell.
Yes, I hope we stay in contact too and I´ll just
End this poem with a Happy Holidays!, my wish to you.

Today prompt

Photo by Lucile de Gody

This young man waving to someone on the foggy shore evoked a common emotion: that misty, deep, and painful moment of separation, when all we have left are the last words, the last hug, the last kiss… Bodies are physically untied but nonetheless connect through sight, with the eyes refusing to be set apart.

Write a poem about a farewell today: perhaps this image may bring back memories of loved ones who passed, or revive memories of those that departed from our lives. Or you could focus on the more mundane, but still powerful moments of your daily goodbye rituals, whether it’s a friend, partner, or member of your family.

I don´t really write a lot in English, but fortunately I´m having a great time doing these writing prompts.  Dear, reader if you notice any grammar errors, please let me know. Thanks :)

Publicado por

Oscar Mares

Estudiante de literaturas hispánicas en la Universidad de Sonora. A ratos es maestro de inglés. Fan de Instagram y a la búsqueda constante de su verdadero yo.

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