an SOC write – just to see what happened – Prose

sittin’ at the railway station
bags fallen round my feet
legs crossed at ankles
just chillin’ layin’ back
lazily brush away the flies
that come to close and buzz
close my eyes and listen
smellin’ a storm start in the skies
and in the distance hear
the engine and iron wheels
along the track and
smile an inward smile
knowin’ I ain’t comin’ back
as my leather boots will
carry me to where I need
to go – don’t know where I’ll
end up, somehow I don’t care
give me country side and green
grass and yellow daisies for
my view cos’ I know I’m
crossing country in the hope
that I’ll find you

Ta Daaaaaaa!  Heeheehee  🙂

Stream of consciousness is a narrative device used in literature “to depict the multitudinous thoughts and feelings which pass through the mind.

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6 thoughts on “an SOC write – just to see what happened – Prose

  1. Good one RM. I seem to read a lot of stories of late with daisies in them. Must be the season. I could be rude about stream of consciousness but that would be inappropriate.

    • aww ta summer, they are starting to pop up a bit down here – I just had the visual staring out of the train window across fields of green and daises, I guess I could have said buttercups . As for the SOC – ooer behave 😉

  2. smellin’ a storm start in the skies
    and in the distance hear
    the engine and iron wheels
    along the track and
    smile an inward smile
    knowin’ I ain’t comin’ back

    how perfect this is, a poem in itself
    hidden within! you made miss SOC
    a little, it’s how i wrote before poetry.

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