of evening trains and heart pains


Of evening trains and heart pains

Like those silent strangers,

Blurred faces, musing opposite me

in the boring rumbling ride,

You detach yourself as if

we had never met.


Like the indifference upon these

downcast passenger faces

And their devilish fixation with

books and newspapers.


Do you know who I am anymore?



9 Responses to “of evening trains and heart pains”

  1. Very good description! Love the last line…that sums it up perfectly. 🙂

    • 2 Linn

      Aw thank you! Such kind comments 🙂 Hope you’ve been having a good week.

  2. Wonderful words woven together.. 🙂

    May I please invite you to join us for Thursday Poets Rally week 38, where all of your entries are to be fully represented after the collection is over. Link one of your poems via the link below and enjoy encouragements from fellow poets.


    Sending you loads of wishes-
    from officials at Thursday Poets Rally community

  3. love this.


  4. this is just fantastic. a perfect portrayal of every day scenes- our robotic lives.

    visiting you from Jingle’s blog,
    Happy Rally!


  1. 1 Thursday Poets Rally Week 38 (Feb 17-23) | Jingle

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