Mirage a poem by SageDoyle.

My Dragon! ;)
My Dragon! ๐Ÿ˜‰

When you ask, you really do receive even if it’s a request for a rainbow, unicorns, dragons and a field of pink flowers!

I’ve been following SageDoyle’s blog for some time now and he’s an awesome writer. He mostly writes poetry and an adult series called the Journal of Wall Grimm about this guy (Wall Grimm) and his many adventures written journal style. Sage’s poems usually make me go “Hmmmโ€ฆ” in a good way. I love reading it, curious to see what my mind brings up and even better when he tells me what he would have been thinking about when writing it. For me, it feels like an unfolding of the meaning of his words, much like going on a treasure hunt.

So, one day I decided to ask him if he ever did “happy” poemsโ€ฆand well the rest as they say is history.

So, without further ado, may I present to you, Sage’s poem called Mirage:

Just click on the link in the embedded Twitter message to take you to his blog post ๐Ÿ™‚

Unicorn May
Unicorn May


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12 thoughts on “Mirage a poem by SageDoyle.

        1. Hehe..it’s cool. I was posting everyday for the month of Novemberโ€ฆsomeone calculated that for people who usually post only 2 times a week that takes care of 4 months worth of posts! lol


    1. Hey Sue ๐Ÿ™‚ *hugs*..welcome back!

      Take your time catching up and yes…sort of a breather…I had signed up to work 12.5 hour days for 6 days a week for the next two weeks at the clinic I work for…but I do get off from the 22nd till end of the year…and Sundays off too..hehe.


Awesomeness is in the sharing of thoughts :)

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