The Year of Writing Dangerously

Give her an audacious heart.

A quiet spot for noisy bones.
A stone
to throw softly
or un
………-throw.

Give her the sting of her own
salt, a stum
-bled place to start,
a slant of sun
a nook of shade,
nestled in the garden of broken
…………..and grace.

Give her a book of her own
spilling, a tiny throne to ting it from,
a willing soul
………and a foldable stage.

 

..
Prompted by Toads


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15 Responses to The Year of Writing Dangerously

  1. Mama Zen says:

    Yes! And give it to me, too.

  2. Perfectly spilled…I love so much but if I had to play favorites:

    “a slant of sun
    a nook of shade,
    nestled in the garden of broken
    …………..and grace.”

    So love this!

  3. Kerry O'Connor says:

    I love how you wove both titles in here. And how you summed everything up so well in your final lines.. Oh for a book, throne and foldable stage.

  4. Shawna says:

    Hee hee. Is this poem about me? 🙂

    “salt, a stum
    -bled place to start” … That “s-tum” makes me think of Tums and stomach ulcers (which I used to have awful pain from). So here, these are bleeding ulcers, which somebody poured salt on. 😦

    I especially love the first two lines.

  5. Sanaa Rizvi says:

    Oooh I adore this ❤ ❤

  6. Grace Black says:

    “noisy bones” Yes!

  7. elleceef says:

    Love this, I want that place 🙂 So clever to weave the two titles together and create this poem.

  8. Give her an audacious heart……yes,please

  9. Sherry Marr says:

    I LOVE this so much, especially love your title…..and the garden of broken and grace.

  10. ManicDdaily says:

    A foldable stage the best kind. So creative. Thanks. k.

  11. Raivenne says:

    “-bled place to start”

    “nestled in the garden of broken
    …………..and grace.”

    Love how you slipped those in there. The audacity of that first line 😉 Nicely done!

  12. Oh, I need it also…This is so beautiful.

  13. Rosemary Nissen-Wade says:

    All wonderful, the perfect set of equipment – but for some reason I am especially enchanted by that foldable stage.

  14. Oh I think you have found the cure… a perfect poem for the weekend (if also he could get the same)

  15. I love so many wonderful lines in this but my favorite is “A willing soul and a foldable stage”…a lovely and fun write for a writers heart. 🙂

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