a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Sunday, April 12, 2015

Words for Whirligig


STOP!

Fight not with tooth and nail
Vent your rage softly
Brush it out set it free

Sink  not into madness
The weight of the world
Is not yours to bear alone

Take a page from life's book
When the sun's light
Reflects in mirror or spoon

Ravish the sweet orange
Cement
Your dreams

13 comments:

Saucy Kodz said...

That is very well done, just with a buncha words. I like this poem very much. lol

Delores said...

I really like this...some good advice from a group of random words.

Jae Rose said...

The sweet cement of bright orange dreams...i love this - very much!

TexWisGirl said...

well done!

Sandra said...

can you hear this?
Clap! Clap! Clap! I like this a lot. don't know how you come up with this from just words.

Dreaming said...

Love your parting thought...We all need to work on cementing our dreams!!

Ginny said...

Hi Gail, it's been awhile! Are you still collecting rocks? I am! This last picture is so stunning, the flower is gorgeous! And your whirligig is so clever, I could never think of something like this. Well, as to your question about my moon pictures, I did not use a removable lens. I have a super zoom camera. No extra lens needed.

LindaG said...

Awesome, Gail!

Susan Kane said...

Random words glued together is a vision. Very nice.

Keith's ramblings said...

Gail, that's brilliant! To use those words in such a short piece yet produce something so amazing is unbelievable.

humbird said...

Love your constructive approach! Great! I see how much fun you had with the words :)x

Lynne said...

Really liked . . .

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

The person who can vent his or her rage softly is one to be avoided at all costs!

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