Remembrance – poem & six words

Poem:

Buttons and epaulettes

march for all who fall

conflicts toll stand silent

lost, to be lost, not yet born

 

Six Word:

No, no last words… she cried.

Easy Said – Poem & Six Words

Poem:

Easing back now had his day

easy said just not his way

decades spent in hope not hate

emotions ignored no love relates

 

He falls every now and then

a like mind curved with legs

goes well a while until she feels

too real too deep so very still

 

Six Words:

Where they’ve been not quite… nearly

 

Weekday Lines: 28/Oct – 1/Nov/19

BelievingSightUnseen
@EDC_Writing
Oct 30
‘Hey, you asked, I told you, stop making out I’m some kind of monster, what’s your problem with the truth, it’s how you are, live with it, I do.’  
#1lineWed – theme ‘monster’
Oct 31
Too late, beyond return, he saw her, old and bent, a grubby lace shawl around her shoulders held by a long-fingered purple veined hand, her creped neck bleeding, ravens circled, she shuffled closer, fear frozen, sudden darkness, eyes taken, an inner scream, tongue torn.  
#vss365 – prompt ‘raven’
Nov 1
Given, there somewhere
two hearts, spin opposite
yet the same way round.
Two souls, fused at core
the fundamentals of being
you and me, who we are.
#vss365 – prompt ‘fuse’  #poetry

Weekday Lines: 21-25/Oct/19

BelievingSightUnseen
@EDC_Writing
‘You like space to be yourself as I do, you have commitments you take seriously, I too very much so, you feel most alive exposed to nature, the feel of warm rain on your skin, and now and then a need to feel a beating heart, close, not tied to, free to be you, like me.’
#vss365