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Fragments - S.C. Flynn

There will always be another generation

to record the same experiences,

making us regret all over again

the perfect piece of theatre,

shouted in the depths of the night

and whispered in the light of day,

that could have been made from

the mediocre tragedy,

bittersweet comedy,

quaintly absurd production -

ordinary, quiet, a little disillusioned,

small grey smudges on the tapestry of time -

that we lived and left as fragments.


S.C. Flynn was born in Australia of Irish origin and now lives in Dublin. His poetry has recently been published in Cyphers, The Galway Review, Ink Sweat & Tears, Crow of Minerva and Drawn to the Light.

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