Guide Us

 

I’m stuck on pause, I’ve clicked mute – 

but I wish I could create a sentence as soft
and pure and proper as falling snow,
blanket everything with magic frost,

and fling this drab world down-
and turn upright: and birds would fly back and not away,

homes and jobs would return and disease wouldn’t sicken,
And we’d all be driven to love and not hate.

I pray these sentences could spring to life ~
let’s drop pretty words like little crumbs

to guide the way.

 

Sarah is today’s host of dVerse. Sarah says:
I did a little tour of London for you and picked out some 3 word combos. All you have to do is choose one of them, write a poem (3 – 12 lines long), and link it up as usual.

The words I chose for word prompts are frost, driven, and proper. The location of these words is Penguin Beach.

 

Published by Tricia Sankey

Plays with words in her free time.

20 thoughts on “Guide Us

  1. I feel the same way. You express this in a visceral manner, and I wish as well that your sentences here could come to life and take away the pain that was caused to the world. Such a brilliant and poignant piece, it’s beautifully penned and emotional to me. Excellent writing and take on the prompt. ❤

    1. Thanks so much! It took me a while to find these right words. It’s funny how I just had to stop thinking and write what came next inherently, I think words do guide us! 🙂

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