A poetic blog to entertain my inner muse and express the ramblings of my heart.
" I Choose the Frequency of Love"
Good Evening Sherry,Thanks so much for visiting..It is good to see you my friend.
beautiful disaster...love that...i have a book called the beautiful mess....smiles...plain truth, and nothing but...and i have read that as well...smiles.
Hi Brian,a beautiful disaster sounds intriguing for sure..lol..funny that you had beautiful mess..sort of the same thing and we both read plain truth..this was a fun prompt...
Plain truth, I like the ending ~ Interesting titles of the book ~
Thanks Grace..interesting titles for sure..some were given to me by a friend.
Can you handle the truth,There at your booth?A beautiful disaster can be grandTo spy across the land
Can anyone handle truthin a broken landmaybe, some needto pound sand..lol..
This is an outline of the path we all wish to take, from brokenness to Truth. Lovely work!
Nico, thank you so much..a tough journey..
It is the only path. Great.
It's the path we need to follow
Nice, Truedessa. Your poem builds to a strong crescendo! Truth IS so important.
Mary,I always like to read your comments you are always so supportive.
from beautiful disaster to plain truth... you made that path sound short here... cool what you did with this
Hi Claudia, I wish the journey was a bit easier though...
I wrote a spine poem to a prompt, but yours had a certain flow from beginning to end that made such sense! Good on you, True. Amy
Thanks Amy..I appreciate your words...
I like the title of your poem and how you express so much with these few titles. Very well-done!
Your words are so kind..thank you..
the disaster stanza has a perfect turning point of the poem.. love it.
Hi Bjorn,In some cases I think disaster brings change..so makes for a good turning point glad you could see it..ty..
Love how it ends with the plain truth.
I guess that is the ultimate goal...ty
Turning a walking disaster into something beautiful - how often I've wished I could do that.
Hello,I think we all wish we could turn a disaster into something beautiful at some point in our lives...
Great to think of ways of dealing with disaster--something I need. Thanks for the poem. k.
Karin, thanks for reading..
Not only a progression, but the midpoint acts as an inflection point, the mirror's edge, changing despair into the possibility of hope. Well done.
Hello,Thank you for such a fun and interesting prompt. I enjoyed reading what the others created as well.