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Untitled, A poem from Art by Theresa Williams

Untitled, A poem from Art by Theresa Williams

 

An upturned cup holds a poem

which flew from a soul and now

thru your window

doubt

gusts of wind

raucous

still

the strong warrior falters

fumbles

stagger

sways

there are many words to persuade this

looking, down, around, used

none matter

a 3 bounces in time.

Vanishes, it will never come again.

Or will

A river gushes

 

I wrote this poem after the wind blew my coffee cup perfectly upside down, and the liquid stayed in.  Well, most of it did and I thought about passion, the four elements of water, air, fire, earth, and love that resists.

If you like this poem, kindly visit my website at  Art by Theresa  where you can find my other works.

 

Thank you, as always, for reading.  And many thanks to POETRY PASSION for allowing me to share my thoughts and poetry.

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Cool Green Sunlight by Mark Tulin

Originally posted on Crow On The Wire.  http://crowonthewire.wordpress.com/

What is She for You? A Poem by Sara Khan

This poem was originally published on Sara Khan’s blog.

I should have slept by now

The thoughts of what he said yesterday

Is just overpowering

I know I shouldn’t fuel my mind with negative insights

Yet the thought is a powerful wake up call

For the women all around

A whore, this is what he called his wife

Nothing seemed wrong till she kept quiet

The pain she went through, she kept aside

Now when she is out to rebel and raise her voice

He asks for how many clients does she have

Sadness gripped my mind as to know where society is heading

Still I call her a fool on her thinking

This world is no place for dumb and mute

Had it been a woman so wise

She should have let her voice to rise

She would not have waited for the day

To tell him who was at fault

The truth he was still unaware of

A man’s ego has made him a brute

She sat still thinking good of this man

Who could have protected and rescued her from their evil plan

It’s over, now, she realise

As she saw a stranger in his eyes.

Sara Khan is a Freelance Content Manager, blogger, and, now, an eBook author. She is a motivator. She is focused on inspiring people through her writings.

Confession Sunday: Neighbors and Nicknames 

Originally posted on Crow On The Wire.   

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How One City Celebrated Mexican Culture in Trump’s America (elephant journal 9/17/17)

First appeared in elephant journal.  Crow on the wire for all of my posts. 

Wheeling Backwards by Mark Tulin

Originally posted on Crow On The Wire. 

http://crowonthewire.wordpress.com/