August MacGregor

Celebrating Sensuality. Intended for mature audiences, 18 and over

In That Song

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it’s in hearing that song
that brings you back to the time
when you felt you lived
inside that song

its lyrics somehow
reflected what was going on
around you

the ache for things to be different
no matter how many prayers
your heart whispered,
they went unanswered

each prayer seeming more like
a shovel full of dirt
tossed to the side
to deepen the hole
in an attempt to bury your hopes

or maybe discover
water down there
to make a well

where you could stand
and listen to others
whisper down their prayers

you could softly answer
with that song
that wraps around them
and says the ache
is part of you

and it can help you treasure
the good times.

now the ache is a memory
among many memories
sweet and sad and precious
brought back by the melody

in that song.

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Author: augustmacgregor

I'm a writer of erotica and romantic fiction.

14 thoughts on “In That Song

  1. Oh I love this. I love how you turned it around into something positive. 😊

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  2. Auditory and Smells are always a big trigger for my memory. This is great, August!

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  3. Songs always remind me of something… Old friends, lost loves, sigh… Wonderful poetry.

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  4. Absolute truth here. Some much history in those songs ❤️

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  5. Music tends to do that, doesn’t it? It brings back feelings as if they happened just a moment ago when in reality it was years ago. Beautiful poem, August. Love the spin on it turning the words into a sweet sentimentality at the end. Thank you! ❤

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