Frozen Heart

First Published November 29th, 2018 in the Wolff Poetry Literary Magazine.Β 

A glacier rises

Frigid tip kissing the dawn

Sun causes no drip

To a heart frozen by years

Of embracing new layers.

 

Photo by Jay Ruzesky on Unsplash

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  1. That’s awesome that you got this published. You make someone like me who normally is NOT a poetry fan like it a bit (I normally just don’t “get it” if that makes sense.)

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  2. Gosh there is so much meaning in the words here! Where do I start? ‘Frigid tip kissing the dawn’- I love what you did with the juxtaposition here. Then the sun not able to affect the ice because it has been frozen for so long, like people whose hearts are jaded by life. Then the half rhyme of ‘years’ and ‘layers’- these are words and meanings that linger in the mind, the true definition of poetry. I love it!

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