‘One Rose is enough for the dawn.’-Edmond Jabes. How true! Each morning, I head towards my little garden. And, if I find a Rose greeting me, my joy knows no bounds. It’s there for a little while. How similar to the human life! You are here for a short time. Don’t forget to smell the Roses.
Dealing with loss is a poem about how she feels when she has lost someone close to her. She pretends she is fine as she hears the well meaning words and feels the embraces of others. But she wants to hide away beneath the covers, flipping through the pictures in her mind.
No one knows this before within the island, but they would blame those who develop seizure after using the concoction that they have been attacked by the gods because they are bad people and would become bad influences or people in the future.
The students call second class lower degree draw equating it to a game in which the two teams play draw.
Two poems expressing the beauty of earth and heavenly Love.
A little poem inspired by Bill's photo challenge.
I was trying to express how I feel about the most beautiful guitar I have ever seen--the BC Rich Mockingbird; however, the words tied into other thoughts, about listening to friends in pain, agonizing over lost love. Sorry about the ending, I could not resist.
Outwit Covid-19 is about her thoughts of Covid-19. She wears her mask, uses hand sanitizer to stay safe. She can't hide from something she can't see. She worries about the one's who do not believe it is real putting her in danger. She trusts God to fight her battles. This gives her a sense of peace.
Therefore, we implore everyone to train their children well like this woman has trained well her son, though without husband she trained her well as we all could attest to today.
Her mother pleaded with him to do everything to save the island, for this is the period to let them know that it is not all left-Handed people who are malicious and dangerous beings.
Through the combined efforts they were able to defeat them.
I had fun writing this poem and I hope anyone who can relate can appreciate this poem.
Gratitude is all that I have to offer, for, whether you give or take, you are the giver ....