Saturday, 13 November 2010


You put my postcode
Into your Sat Nav
So you can find me.

But how we get
From where we are now
To where we want to be
Is a mystery.


  1. A small poem with such a big story inside it? Like it! :)

  2. would be nice to have a sat nav for life as well...wouldn't it..?
    i like this!

  3. Oh so wonderful doubt about ourselves and others. Potent, so-much-between-the-lines work.

  4. short & sweet poem. really enjoyed this :]

  5. Love how you put so much into such a small space.

    Some poems get overburdened with their words. This is sly, simple, yet deep.

  6. I could do with said satnav! Nice choice of few words bought a small smile to my face on a cold evening ;)

  7. Sewed up that one in a neat package, and I enjoyed unwrapping it.

  8. Very special and the view of you guys at the old moving picture show and then meandering home. You get clearer and better with every write. Gay @beachanny

  9. If only our hearts were equipped with GPS, so we'd always know which way to go!

    Nice One Shot, Libby! :)

  10. Dear Libby
    Beautiful imagery and the question is powerful.. in such a short lines .. you have created a beautiful story...
    Thanks for sharing..
    ॐ नमः शिवाय
    Om Namah Shivaya
    Twitter: @VerseEveryDay

  11. Please consider link in 1 to 3 poems to Jingle Poetry Potluck week 14.
    We are open and will remain open 24 hours from now and appreciate your submission today...

    any poems are welcome.

    your talent rocks.
    share your poetry today,
    stay blessed.

  12. Here is the end of the year awards 4 you, enjoy!

    End of The Year Awards 4 Friends of Jingle or Jingle Poetry Community

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

    Your support has been a delight to us, at this time of the year, We wish you all the best !

    Link up to 3 poems to our potluck today, We send blessings all the way to brighten your day!

  13. Simple and haunting. I love poems that offer a mystery without giving too much of an answer. Some clues are good, but presenting a universe for the reader to think in is every poet's job.