Run! Dinner served, every second counts.
What is a conversational poem? Dialogue poems vary in length and may involve arguments, conversations that tell stories, statements of varying perspectives and witty repartee. They usually involve two people who take turns talking. The conversation may sound natural or occur in rhyming verse, depending on the author. There are no precise rules for writing a dialogue poem; however, the poem is usually based on an exchange of dialogue between two people who approach a subject from different viewpoints. (source)
Okay I’ll try! Using these paint chips below: Now YOU Try!
“Let’s go into this Highlighter store,”
“I like the name, HIGHLIGHTER STORE.”
“Forget it, been there, done that,
more like a Supernova store,
with a lot of nothing.”
“But look, they sell Lavender
scented Teddy Bears.”
“Oh-oh, there’s an Elephant in this room, look!
On the other hand, don’t look; let’s leave.”
“You act like you seen a dinosaur.”
“Not really! Just wanted to see
that movie playing titled,
WILD BLUE YONDER.”
Can’t find my thinking cap! Don’t say it, I know what you’re thinking!
Tale Weaver – #299 – Over The Top – October 29th I took the challenge anyway!
OVER THE TOP
Looking way Over the top
Stooping under the bottom
Licking a sweet lollipop
Enjoying the cool Autumn
Having indeed a great day
After sleeping sound all night
Cut last blooms for a bouquet
Thinking of what now to write
Now reaching for my laptop
Designing away something —
Anything … Over the top
One day awhile ago, speaking to God as I sometimes do, I asked Him, if He would speak only one word to me, that I might hear clearly in my mind, what would it be?
Not having a direct line to God, but I did hear one word!
What Day is it? Time for a One-liner, it’s Wednesday!
Today I am going grocery shopping, I doubt this will happen; depends on their cheating capabilities. If Biden wins we should stock up NOW — or in the future; a picture says it all!
Colleen has asked her experts to put a poetry writing spell on poets! This is the 200th Tanka Tuesday Poetry Challenge! Happy Poetry Writing!
Clear illusion; Pride!
We fall, we rise, we restart!
Lack of prayer — LOST!
Humility a gift — FOUND!
Our journey our time; our goal!
NEW WORLD ORDER
The opposite of Hope is Despair! Today so many of us live on fear, which is one of the ploys of communism. What do we have today, FEAR! DESPAIR, no HOPE for the future. We tend to believe what we hear and what we hear is what the New World Order wants YOU to hear, which is why you already see so much censorship. Another tactic of communism.
Beginning with … “that’s not a ‘politically correct’ jingle.” Surrender of Freedom of speech!
That’s what comes with the New World Order. We live in a time where those who hate conservativeness; those who live with this hate. Hate another point of view, hate God, desire only a world without God.
Perhaps we are getting very close to sliding down that slippery slope but into what? The world, the Church both seem to be sliding together into the mud. Yes, we have God’s promise He will always be with us. However, He never intended for us to seek a modern religion that suits our lifestyle.
If you research while going back in time, those who seek God should know that when Jesus was on earth, He said when He returns would He find FAITH upon the earth. Speaking of the Church, He founded. “But yet the Son of man, when He cometh, (Second Coming) shall He find, think you, faith on earth?” Luke 18:8
Today, the Roman Catholic Church is in apostasy (Look at what the so-called pope is saying these days.) There is still a remnant, pockets of Traditional Catholics all over the world. Click to search
Ignore the communist tricks to imprison you; fear them NOT. Vote your conscience and, above all, PRAY for Godly ORDER!
Don’t be scared get prepared.
Scary stuff now the day for scary!
Scared paralyzed, momentarily.
Suspended is dangling, not moving.
The Ghost Word could it be removing!
Scribble the dribble — rewrite the right!
Politics, lunatic are today—
Many wishing it was yesterday!
Remember, don’t be scared get prepared.
The ghost word today is Hallo-erred!
Tanka poetry inspired by a tranquil image of Trent P. McDonald as seen above.
Colleen suggests Synonyms for two words; move and make. I chose to use “create” for make and “drift” for move.
Draws life from above —peaceful!
Holding captive souls as it
Obeys — drifting straits foretold.