Monday, February 15, 2016

Every Action (Cont.)

Good morning, all.
Here is my version of a rhyming poem using yesterday's sayings.
A wealth of meaning lies therein
This poem my pen decided to spin
A graceful toppling is better than a cascade
Let them down easily if your
Decision has already been made
For every action has a reaction and a consequence
Careful how you go,
For you are planting a hard or easy row to hoe
A word to the wise and all...
If one just has to fall
Ease one gently from the top of the wall.
Doing What I Can, While I Can
Alma Jones
Aside - What, if anything, has happened to precipitate the poet's writing this poem? Ah-h-h. That is another beauty of poetry; it is open to private interpretation and speculation.
Aside - Could you build two poems of different poetry types around this sentence, "The lion hunts where the wind sports free."
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