A bench, a brace, a bliss.

..

Shall we sit?
A clattering clutch of rasp,
a clasp of calling,
a quiet falling
kettle caldron,
as we scold the world
and claim
……….our crowns.

The world’s a palette,
a storytelling,
a menagerie of mess.

Perhaps it’s best
if we just stay,
…..hum awhile
and stain ourselves
in a tangle of hope.

 

 

..A second offering for my own prompt over at dVerse. Bird word fun. Come play!

 

 

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14 Responses to A bench, a brace, a bliss.

  1. That ‘tangle of hope’ De reminds me of so much of life, we cling to it as a way of making sense of the mess we see so much around us….

  2. Grace says:

    Love the title and menagerie of mess that is our world ~ I pray for that tangle of hope ~

  3. Bodhirose says:

    I too like that “menagerie of mess” and your closing lines of a tangled hope, De. Thanks for the fun prompt. It’s been great reading them all.

  4. There are days I think I need to be stained with hope.

  5. Sanaa Rizvi says:

    Such a lovely hint of hope at the end ❤
    Beautifully executed 🙂

  6. annell4 says:

    Nice use of the words!

  7. othermary says:

    Oh that’s delightful!

  8. felicity says:

    I like the “sea/see lame” inside of “claim.” Also I see “home” hiding in “hum.”

  9. ihatepoetry says:

    This is lovely
    “Perhaps it’s best
    if we just stay,
    …..hum awhile
    and stain ourselves
    in a tangle of hope.” – Happy Easter!

  10. You have woven words into wonderful!

  11. Birds SinG attraction..
    soMe hUm SonGs oF nectar
    STiLL otHeRs withoUt feAthErs
    grOwl for strength and focUs..:)

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