Clearing my (psychic) clutter, Day 17: Let go

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One old sock
one cracked mug
one pair of outgrown pants
one set of unused silver

One full-on ensemble
of antique dining room furnishings
worth their weight
in baby pandas
and the dreams
of dead people

One of anything
now unloved
still here
will weigh you down
will hold you back

Will fill
the space you give it
and slowly kill
what drew you to it
to begin with.

But,

One of anything
once beloved
let go
will let in
an infinite measure
of the love it held
(or that you hoped
it would).

Let go
let go
and let in
what is not quite there
what has yet to be
what is all around you now
but that you cannot see
for want of room
to view it.

xxx
c

Image by Kevin via Flickr, used under a Creative Commons license.

7 comments

  1. I’m so loving this clearing the clutter series. You’ve even managed to make your (already spare and clear) Thursday poems even more awesomely focused. “Let in what… you cannot see for want of room to view it.” What a perfect expression of what it means to clear out the crap. Love it.

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