poetry, Word Prompts

Worth waiting for in POETRY

Let’s have a look-see at the paint chips because its time to paint,  our CHIPS can be viewed below.

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Pining away thoughts of future
Reflection through a looking glass.
The other side of life appeared.

Seeing Heaven a perfect place
Worth waiting for STOP return, don’t
Look back— forget Disco fever!

Seek toward that field of poppies
A nursery, tulips in spring
Follow the scent of sweet Iris.

#FOWC, Photo Challenge, Word Prompts

Today, my Birthday #FOWC

May 18, 2020, and to Fandango’s One-Word Challenge (aka, FOWC) designed for me — PHOTOGRAPH  Photo of my wedding and one of myself and baby number one.

Since today is special to me, I composed a little poem, added a few photographs — thank you Fandango for the inspiration!  EIGHTY YEARS OLD todayme

Cinquains poetry
At the most basic level, a cinquain is a five-line poem or stanza. The poem has one topic, and the details describe the topic’s actions and feelings. They have 2 syllables in the first line, 4 in the second, 6 in the third, 8 in the fourth line, and just 2 in the last line.

Birthday
Today in May
Thinking of my mother
Her joy and happiness for me
Person

dVerse, poetry, Word Prompts

I WONDER

Here we are again; time to paint a little, our PAINT CHIPS can be viewed below.

I WONDER

Where is Heaven? Immortal,
As an Aloe Vera plant!
Hidden — a total eclipse.
Where is this place we wonder
Wishful key to happiness!

Visualize the sunset
Looking at the Orion!
We rest near a calm marine.
Dreams of angels rolling out
That red carpet for winners!

Sorrowful tearful eyes seek
Cliff dwellings to hide within —
Lost their key to happiness,
Do they continually
Meditate where Heaven is?

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dVerse, poetry, Word Prompts

How it Will End— Depends on ME!

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Here we are again; time to paint a little, our paint chips can be viewed below.

This is How it will End

The Journey, we are within —
Yesterday, like the first kiss
never again!

Bygone the golden hour of the past —
Wasted? Melted as an ice cap
Nevermore!

Will eternity be sipping amethyst wine
and camomile tea relaxing on soft clouds
or

Dodging hot pink, habanero flames
Continually seeking to devour!

How it will end depends on me!   

Eternity

 

poetry, Word Prompts

A Little Advice on True Love

What a Challenge this time for me, it was indeed!  

A Little Bit of Advice about True Love

 

True Love is not ever-changing as an inchworm
After the fire, is a hot potato — affirmed

To love is to serve, as a sunflower serves God
Testing love by a mistletoe — certainly odd

Grapefruits quite sour, as well as wild mushroom, are chance
When he’s willing to serve you, its time for romance

 

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