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I Thought You Were in Another Room That Wasn’t There

05.29.11 Posted in today's words by

PD Lyons’ most recent poem to appear here was Another Summerpublished as part of Contributor Series 7: The Confessional Diary of Bone. He is working on a really cool video project. To learn more about it, click here.

I Thought You Were in Another Room That Wasn’t There
By PD Lyons

Across from the end of the bed
Kitchen draped in honey glow
Just as I was drifting off
Clang & Patter
Pots & Pans
Wondering what it was that you’d be cooking
Turned my head saw nothing there

4 Responses to “I Thought You Were in Another Room That Wasn’t There”

  1. That’s happened to me. My father-in-law used to sit down on the end of the bed. He passed away many years ago. Or I would be caught up in a moment and see someone from my past that wasn’t there.
    Lovely thoughts.

  2. bobbie troy says:

    wonderful and sentimental

  3. pd lyons says:

    thank you for your comment. glad you liked it

  4. pd lyons says:

    yes. many poeple places sounds indeed…
    glad the piece struck a chord with you. tanks for taking the time to comment.

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