Jus’ Sayin’

Letters

Where
we would
be if I said
“jus’ sayin'”
to the
love
you shower
me, or the
hands
that glaze
over
my body
during
our
sweat makin’
machine.

And,
how
would you
feel if I
said “jus sayin'”
to the
kids that
bear your
face, or the
house that
shares
its walls, or
the arms
that bring you
closer
to me
at 3am.

Finally,
what else
would matter
to
you
if
I said
“jus’ sayin'”
after
you left
with your bags,
or the
time you said
“I was like
the others”, or
perhaps
the moment
you realized
I
wasn’t the man
you
thought
I should be.

Now,
who’s jus’
sayin?

M.C. Davis

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2 thoughts on “Jus’ Sayin’

  1. The art of the unspoken word can cut deeply into the soul that lets those words remain captive – captive to the censorship of one’s colorless soul. It is an unquenched thirst for life’s inner compassion. When one is free, truly free, with all expressions, only then, can one release the inner soul; and then we will never lose sight of who we are – and I’m not jus’ sayin.

  2. ouch!!! I can feel this….

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