Thursday, October 3, 2013

Journey of Hope



 
The Long Song
   The Broken Land
     Walking Disaster / Beautiful Disaster
           Interlude
              Plain Truth


Posted for dVerse Sam is hosting writing spine poetry
written from book titles.. interesting concept..

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    1. Good Evening Sherry,

      Thanks so much for visiting..It is good to see you my friend.

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  2. 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.

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    1. 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...

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  3. Plain truth, I like the ending ~ Interesting titles of the book ~

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    1. Thanks Grace..interesting titles for sure..some were given to me by a friend.

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  4. Can you handle the truth,
    There at your booth?
    A beautiful disaster can be grand
    To spy across the land

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    1. Can anyone handle truth
      in a broken land
      maybe, some need
      to pound sand..lol..

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  5. This is an outline of the path we all wish to take, from brokenness to Truth. Lovely work!

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    1. Nico, thank you so much..a tough journey..

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    1. It's the path we need to follow

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  7. Nice, Truedessa. Your poem builds to a strong crescendo! Truth IS so important.

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    1. Mary,

      I always like to read your comments you are always so supportive.

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  8. from beautiful disaster to plain truth... you made that path sound short here... cool what you did with this

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    1. Hi Claudia, I wish the journey was a bit easier though...

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  9. 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

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    1. Thanks Amy..I appreciate your words...

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  10. I like the title of your poem and how you express so much with these few titles. Very well-done!

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    1. Your words are so kind..thank you..

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  11. the disaster stanza has a perfect turning point of the poem.. love it.

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    1. Hi Bjorn,

      In some cases I think disaster brings change..so makes for a good turning point glad you could see it..ty..

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  12. Love how it ends with the plain truth.

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    1. I guess that is the ultimate goal...ty

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  13. Turning a walking disaster into something beautiful - how often I've wished I could do that.

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    1. Hello,

      I think we all wish we could turn a disaster into something beautiful at some point in our lives...

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  14. Great to think of ways of dealing with disaster--something I need. Thanks for the poem. k.

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  15. 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.

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    1. Hello,

      Thank you for such a fun and interesting prompt. I enjoyed reading what the others created as well.

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