poetry · prose

Ground floor

Wednesday, October 17, 2018. Daily Brit Wit.

Ground floor: 

Noun, British 

The floor of a building at ground level.

 

“And who would have abandoned you

so alone and helpless

my sweet, innocent baby

bundled up like Moses

down the river stream

wrapped poorly and shoved off to the side

outside my ground floor flat

a gift for me

truly, a surprise–

when you are sincerely a miracle.”

 

© The Loyal Brit Wit, 2018

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10 thoughts on “Ground floor

      1. Blame it on the jet lag! 😜 but I bet it would be tricky for you to go back and forth, especially when it means something completely difference US vs UK. Ahhhh. My head hurts in sympathy!! But on the bright side you obviously made it out!

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