Sneaking Out

Poem by Joni Caggiano on 07.14.21 – raimond-klavins-je2yosS0W2M-unsplash.jpg



escaping from illusory bars, brown eyes vigorously awaken to the night

scales falling from them like Saul’s eyes, now no longer blind or fearful

gliding into the music of the trumpet’s voice calling this mystically gifted one

gardenia trees and whippoorwills trailing her for a song of evening freedom

spinning around, she feels the soft cotton of her eyelet peasant dress

a piper of stardust, angel feathers, and fireflies to clean her broken heart

heading toward the open sea where lonely sailors make a hopeful start

 

82 thoughts on “Sneaking Out

    1. Thank you Tim I really appreciate it. I bet the weather is so hot there. Are you guys doing ok in the heat and how about the owls is it hard on them? Where we use to live in Washington State before we moved to the Seattle area it was 118 a week or so ago. I hope you stay cool. Hugs to you two and sending love to all the kittens and beautiful wildlife too. ❤️❤️Joni

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    1. Hello beautiful Button. Thank you so much, you are so kind with your comment.
      I try as often as possible to end my pieces with hope.
      Thank you with your kindness. I am counting down the preorder days on Amazon for your new book. So excited.
      Love and blessings to you,
      Honeybun
      ❤️🤗😘🦋💕🌺🌻🌹

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      1. My pleasure honeybun.
        Hon, you are kind, and I am really touched. However, the publisher and I decided that will be no preorder since one can preorder only e-books. We will just release both versions of the book- eBook and paperback on Amazon on July 31. I posted that on my blog.

        Back to your poem. Indeed there is hope in the end and that makes the finale even more beautiful.

        Have a great day honeybun and thank you for your kindness.
        Love
        xoxoxo

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    1. Thank you John for this kindness. I hope you are all up and running and happy with the service. Sending love,appreciation and respect for all your thoughtfulness to many folks. Love ya ❤️Joni

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  1. I hear this poem,not the words but the creaks and sounds of sails unfurling, the “soft cotton of her eyelet peasant dress” tired timbers moving out into open water…where all is possible , all is new and clean and waiting to be written upon. I love all these sounds your amazing poem, let’s me hear.
    Hugs my new and very talented , friend .🤗🌟⚓️❤️🌊

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    1. Oh thank you so much for every single gracious word in this comment. I am very touched as I admire your work immensely.

      Your kindness means a lot. Thank you I am blessed to know you I can tell already. Have a peaceful evening. Love Joni. ❤️❤️

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    1. Thank you so very much my heart appreciates your kindness truly. I am also very grateful that it create the desire to look up whippoorwill. We can hear them most nights. Thank you Haoyan. May your weekend be filled with love. I am sending lots with hugs too. ❤️🤗😘💕🦋🦋

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      1. Oh thank you. That truly means so much to me. I appreciate all the lovely things you do to spread the love of food, music, helpful advice, telling us about the latest cool trends and great coffee drinks. Love ❤️ and hugs 🤗😘💕☕️☕️☕️🎶🎼🎵🎸🎤🎧 Joni

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    1. Oh thank you so much for you support and thoughtfulness. This is one of those poems, getting out of the house was such an amazing and wonderful thing. It was easier as I got a bit older. I hope the same was true for you. You have an amazing week as well, thank you so much. xoxoxox Joni

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  2. “spinning around, she feels the soft cotton of her eyelet peasant dress

    a piper of stardust, angel feathers, and fireflies to clean her broken heart

    heading toward the open sea where lonely sailors make a hopeful start”

    Wow… such dreaminess in your poem dear Joni❣️❣️❣️
    love it and you of course.. ❤️

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    1. Cindy thank you so much. You are a sweetheart. I appreciate your kind words so much.

      Thank you for reading Cindy my friend from not too far away. I am sending my love and gratitude for our friendship. Hope you are well Cindy. ❤️🤗😘💕

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    1. Thank you so much Eleanor I found your comment in pending. So sorry I missed this lovely comment three days ago. How very kind of you. I am delighted you enjoyed it. Hugs, Joni

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