Just between you, me and the fence post

(wink, wink)

I think it’s all gonna be okay.
I think love wins. I think the day
gets saved by one small smile. I
think the miles get paved in hope.
I think we drink from saucers, over
-flowing cups. I think sunrise is



I’m hosting Quadrille Monday over at dVerse today. Come play! 

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31 Responses to Just between you, me and the fence post

  1. trishwrites1 says:

    Love it- I had the same sentiments in my poem yesterday- good will triumph!

  2. Love this… so filled with hope, we do need such happiness

  3. Glenn Buttkus says:

    Cheers and accolades for such a surge of hope on the eve of our mid-terms; I will pack it into my change pocket in my jeans, and I’ll whip it out tomorrow, where it will join the maelstrom, like dandilion blossoms on the wind.

  4. kanzensakura says:

    So much hope in this. I think love prevails as well. But sometimes, it gets shifted to the side.

  5. Oh, that’s good. That’s fabulous. Needing some comfort tonight.

  6. Frank Hubeny says:

    Hopefully it happens this way: “the day
    gets saved by one small smile”

  7. kim881 says:

    You’ve made my day too, De!

  8. Shawna says:

    I think you’re right. I will be one small smile. And guess what? Lots of little smiles can power the world. Solar energy plus smile energy means we’re all gonna be just fine. All we’re really fighting is hurt feelings, right? That is healable, even though the wounds reopen, again and again, the scabs will always come. Then we’ll just pick ’em … and share a box of Hello Kitty bandaids.

  9. sanaarizvi says:

    Soo gorgeous!❤️ I think you are right! 😀

  10. Tim Philippart says:

    Wink,Wink indeed.

  11. Misky says:

    As always, your heart is filled with hope.

  12. V.J. Knutson says:

    Is that like “wink, wink, nudge, nudge”?

  13. Hope- that beacon for us. Lovely De.

  14. Grace says:

    Love wins and one smile makes my day. Thanks for the hope filled message De.

  15. rothpoetry says:

    Love wins and the sunrise is enough… Very well done.

  16. qbit says:

    I hope about your hope.

  17. A great peon to hope! Love the repetition of “I think” in this!

  18. jazzytower says:

    Very hopeful. You may be right.


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  20. lynn__ says:

    I’m winking back at ya, De! Thanks for this happy little secret 🙂

  21. Just Barry says:

    This is a strong sentiment, especially the ending. It is a sentiment that I wish I shared, but I’m glad that you’re feeling optimistic about tomorrow.

  22. Gina says:

    in just 44 words you give much hope, i so so love the over flowing cups in to saucers, no one drinks from saucers anymore – love the nostalgia of that

  23. We’ll make sunrise enough.

  24. The constant use of the word think made me realize that thoughts are as quick as a wink. Sometimes, we need to trust one thought and just follow it.

  25. lillian says:

    LOVING this and that’s no wink involved! 🙂 Love the separation (there’s a poetic term for that) over the lines to overflowing vs over flowing cups. Oh yes….I’ll take the sun and smiles….and hopefully a change in the political scene whence I wake up tomorrow morning! 🙂

  26. merrildsmith says:

    I love this, De. All this love and hope!
    It was (and is) raining here, so I didn’t see a sunrise–but they are magical.

  27. Vivian Zems says:

    Bravo! I quite agree with this hopeful message 😊

  28. Thanks so much for hosting and leading the way bright banner snapping in the winds of change (I hope!!)

  29. Mish says:

    A quadrille to calm the soul. Brilliant in its simplicity. I need to read this every day.

  30. Rob Kistner says:

    Liked this De. Guess I will have to take your word for it that all will be OK.
    This little wink prompt was fun. I am running behind on my post. Just getting back in the swing if things here after being gone for a number of years.

    Here is my wink 😉 >> http://www.image-verse.com/his-cane

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