Shawn L. Bird

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poem- old words May 9, 2016

Filed under: Poetry — Shawn L. Bird @ 2:18 pm
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Sometimes it’s clear

there wasn’t much to say.

Some days words are woven into tapestries

of vivid hues and diamond bright

But other days words are wrapped around night,

just vast blackness,

nothing for a reader to hold onto

to pull themselves into the light.

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17 Responses to “poem- old words”

  1. Jim Stewart Says:

    “Some days are diamonds, some days are stones.”

  2. Isabella Simons Says:

    Everyday is what you make it.

  3. Some days are sand, and slip through the fingers.

  4. onewithclay Says:

    and that is what
    the Titan meant
    by wordless Fire:
    enLightenment.

  5. Terryvalence Says:

    sometimes, words are what you need to make your world go round… Inspirational and emotional work of art…

  6. hakeem Says:

    Sometimes they are just faces you pass on your way home, till you recognize one that make you smile, or frown

  7. Sometimes we need the icy cold dark to appreciate the bright light. Words like life.


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