From Free Write Friday‘s I have the seed word Freedom
Margo Roby’s Tuesday Tryouts asked my to plant a List poem
And I watered it with my response to my own Wonder Wednesday photo. Enjoy.
Charged with the
constraints of Family
She takes sanctuary in the
hold her as she holds her book
now fallen closed.
sets up a conversation
with the wind
She sings that songs
we all knew before we wore born.
pours forth the wise
rhythm of change
ever lapping at Her feet
burns all obstacles and
Her to become the
the whole World
very clever. thanks for visiting my blog, I truly appreciate it.
I love it, both the list you came up with and the content of the list.
Inspiration sure does help :0 I had been thinking about list poems now I’m ready to take on loop poems. Keep Ideas coming Margo.
Love this. Was just thinking today how you had not done a Wednesday Wonder this week. How did I miss that? Sigh!
and I was wondering why you didn’t do it. I thought it was one you could get behind especially after your nice essay on rest today. I’m just glad you caught up with it. Happy Sunday.
I love how you combined all of the elements and brought them together…awesome poem and beautiful photos…stellar job!
Stellar Oh my thank you Vivian. Nice to meet you You make me smile :), Carol
I am so glad…that is definitely one of my primary missions in life…to make people smile. 🙂
This poem is truly lovely – hope you were refreshed. The winds conversation here was loud and raucous – throwing trees around like toys.
Oh my! Has Colorado been having some storms?
Great work my friend.
Thanks Pal 🙂
ooooooooh I love the blend of prompts…what a beautiful piece they made for! You completely lulled me with this one. ♥ Thank you!
Lulled, good always happy to oblige. Your prompt knocked me out because I was polishing this up when I read your FWF post. You keep reading my mind don’t you love it when the universe works like that. Oh and thanks Heart back ❤
love the combination of things that brought this all together
Me too, Jo. Glad to meet you 🙂
Nice, I really enjoyed the way you mixed and matched your prompts! It’s always fun to see what everyone comes up with!
It was fun…thanks, Hello Talicha!