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Looking Back

                                   looking down a hallway copy

Looking back

Into the long hallway of memories

There comes a ghost with a tricky mind.

Someone said it never happened,

Yet I know the travel occurred.

During the season of the ancestors

My orange, black, and blue reflections contain many doors.

I emerge with scars, victorious.

                                           the old barn

Discussion: I have paranormal memories from childhood (and into adulthood) that can’t be confirmed by anyone else. This doesn’t mean the memories are faulty. I no longer doubt my own experiences. As I delve into continuing the memoir writing process the challenge is to forge ahead and get the thoughts and events down, regardless of what other people may or may not accept as truth. Later on, I shared some events with other people who enjoyed reflecting because they also had, and currently have experiences. What a relief! Writing the truth is a battle between  feeling despair and being a champion of courage.

Journal prompt: Write about what certain memories mean to you. Have you ever experienced the paranormal? What comes to mind when you think of doorways and halls?

Copyright ©  2013 by Susan E. Rowland original poetry & photography. All rights reserved

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I'm writing. I haven't been on my blog much, so please forgive the lack of updates. I'm doing art. My life is dedicated to any cause that helps the planet and is good for children and other living beings. Don't get me started on politics because it won't be pretty. Humor helps. Check y'all later.

2 thoughts on “Looking Back

  1. Sue, you nailed it: “writing the truth is a battle between feeling despair and being a champion of courage.” And that hallway triggers a haunting memory of standing in line in a hallway to attend a classmate’s wake..in a house? In a funeral home? Was it a dream?

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