∙ ȶ ș ∙ ∙•Ș•∙ beautiful solitude ∙ •Ș•∙ ∙ ș ȶ ∙

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beautiful  solitude,  come

wrap yourself  around me

softly,  caress my skin,  offer

some protection  from life’s pains

come,  my friend…      fill me with

a peace nothing else provides

i  welcome you this night

close my eyes to sleep

just  for a little while…

until the morrow when

i am  forced back out

into the world again

leaving you behind

∙ ȶ  ș•Ș•ș  ȶ ∙

∙ ș •Ș• ș ∙

∙ ș Ș ș ∙

∙ Ș ∙


“(In My) Solitude”   Billie Holiday
“(In My) Solitude” is a 1934 jazz standard, composed by Duke Ellington, with lyrics by Eddie DeLange and Irving Mills.

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artwork ~   “Evening reverie (nocturnal slumber)”   Alphonse Mucha
{  public domain }

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originally posted  21 September 2012 and inspired by the following prompts ~

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Meeting the Bar:  Beautiful Solitude   at   dVerse ~ Poets Pub
prompt:    Beautiful solitude


thank you,  Claudia!

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Prompt #173   at   Carry on Tuesday
prompt:   the first line of a poem by Charlotte Bronte’s little sister,  Emily Jane ~
“A little while,   a little while”


thank you,  Keith!
a site which,  sadly,  is no longer active.

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2 Comments

Filed under blog anniversary, Carry on Tuesday, Creative Every Day, dVerse ~ Poets Pub, NaBloPoMo, poetry, Post-A-Day, redux

2 responses to “∙ ȶ ș ∙ ∙•Ș•∙ beautiful solitude ∙ •Ș•∙ ∙ ș ȶ ∙

  1. This is so soft and soothing. I really like it.

  2. Solitude is not always what it’s cut off to be I guess. Soothing at times, and the opposite at others. Nice poem. :)

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