Grab a cup of tea or coffee (oh what the heck, get a danish too!) and sit a spell. You might want to grab your notebook and pen because you never know when you will be inspired to write down a quote, or jot down a poem of your own. Words are like that, they take you on a journey and the next thing you know you are breathing life into your own magical world of words.

Monday, April 2, 2012

Blind - National Poetry Month

She walks upon 
the river's edge
Caring not for 
what lies ahead
She couldn't see 
the future's bright
Only revenge 
would be her plight
Daring the fates 
to boldly speak
Hoping her knees 
would not grow weak
Blind to all but 
what muddles her head
This night will see
his future dead


This story/poem came to me with the first line, then I explored what she was feeling and why, and where she was headed.  I am exploring poetry without boundaries.

This is for the challenges of:

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  1. I love the photograph, and I am very impressed with your poetry..I, too, am a poetess.

  2. I am very visual and that is why I add photos to my words. I am taking your words in... thank you.

  3. She walks upon
    the river's edge - great opening lines!

  4. Very powerful, very vengeful. Very visual. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Thank you so much for that feedback. I greatly appreciate it.


  5. Great work, thank you! Good luck with the Challenge.


Thanks for sharing your thoughts.


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