who knew

the past

could be carefully, lovingly cut

three pieces

exposing the quiet insides

of attachment

no longer necessary


2 thoughts on “Unburdened

  1. I once wrote a short story where the protagonist is a videographer who in his films sees odd-shadows around family members and loved one who have recently passed. He finds that by editing out the shadows he is able to rewrite personal history, his cutting room floor covered with the splices, those who had passed still in his life. —CC

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