(On the Platform, On the Train) on Writing Poetry

This is a random platform - other platforms are available.

This is a random platform – other platforms are available.

Sat on the bench of the platform at the railway station
Writing random poetry
As I do.

Then, stood in the corridor of a busy train on my way to work
Writing random poetry
As I do.

Then, driving off to far offish office lands for to carry out my chores
Not writing, but thinking;
Drowning in my random poetry
That is my lot
What’s yours?

7 responses to “(On the Platform, On the Train) on Writing Poetry

  1. No, Sally, I always desire answers to my non-rhets and rarely get them. Why is that?

    Thank you for reading and commenting and answering my questions (in advance). G:)

    How was that?

  2. my lot…wrting and writing. I have to many ideas flying in my head so I have to put them down on paper. I even walk around with a little notebook, have gone through three already and I actually look at them and feel quite good about it. Hope you didn´t miss the stop if you are so concentrated in your wrting…..happened to me once actually, not kidding.

    • I have to keep an eye on the stops; and all the other punctuation. It’s good to carry a piece of paper and a pen; mobile; anything to capture the great(ish) ideas we have. Here’s to recording our ideas diaries as we go. Thanks for reading and commenting,
      G:)

  3. I shall be posting more quantity soon. I have just travelled by foot, by train, by van and by elevator (lift) so far today, have only had time to write by two of them. Write long and prosper! G:)

  4. This resonates – I’ve written much poetry, and many stories on commuter trains.

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