Sunday, June 26, 2011

As kids jump on trampoline, a poetry quickfire shows itself


Almost slipped off that ladder of words
when an unruly emotion skated by.
The breakfast life pushed back
a she who breathed to articulate.

Half gripping on that elusive prose
a torn she changes voice for home.
The detour set for another climb
when each rung screams UP!

She fears a plummet from soul
if clouds darken the words away.
Eyes closed with her gut intact
she lets the words rain down.


Michelle said...

I don't know why, but the imagery of words raining down is perfect. I love it. Glo meu found some time for the quickfire poetry!

kisatrtle said...

I like this. You r very talented

Kim said...

I wish I could come and give you a hug. You are such a hard working, loving mom and I know it's not an easy job with everything you do and mean to your family. This beautiful poem is vulnerable. I love how you show us who you are inside through your well chosen words.

Fresh Mommy said...

Wow, love how your words rain down through this! It's beautiful... words are the hardest to control sometimes, and the hardest to articulate at times. Love this :)


T Rex Mom said...

Love the last part - raining down.

Nice new changes.

How are your feeling? Better I hope.

welcome to my world of poetry said...

Most enjoyable to read,


Teresha@Marlie and Me said...

So heartfelt! I hope you get a rainbow soon

Valerie said...

'Almost slipped off that ladder of words when an unruly emotion skated by.'

Great! I so dislike unruly emotions. Hope you're feeling better now.

Creativity!! said...

Woww!!!!! Fantastic, Fabulous And Beautiful Write Up Dear :) :) Hugs Kelly :) :D

the wild magnolia said...

"...ladder of words....words rain down...", right on writing!

Good job!

Randi said...

So when is your book of poetry coming out? I'm first in line when it does...who needs jobs when you can write like this?

Ella said...

Well Done; I know that emotion~ Go to lulu and start working on your book. Use your photos and words...I am working on one. It was going well, till summer showed up. I love it, but no time alone. My house is only quiet from 6-8am. I am not joking; my son stays up gaming if he works evening shift(college age). My daughter stays up with me. Hubby gets up and leaves between 6-7. He is up around 5ish. So, between 6-8 or 7-9 this is the only quiet in my house. xXx Thank you for your kind words and visiting me!

Jenners said...

I really like the "ladder of words" line. Well done ... as always.

The Write Girl said...

Beautiful poetry quick fire. I hope you and your family are doing well dear. I'm sure you are gearing up for summer fun with the kids :)

Gerri said...

Your mind amazes me...well done my friend. ;)

Dawn M. Hamsher said...

Ohhh, I like it, especially the last paragraph. Loved "she lets the words rain down". Great imagery. Sometimes words pour out like that for me. Sometimes its just a single rain drop.

The Write Soil