when we all can falling-star again

,

I don’t wanna
pan(dem)ic no more
                    (no more)
so
       (please)
just
blue me a kiss
bramble me a storm
verb me a
poem, then

sky me a
song.

 

..
Bjorn has us “verbing” over at dVerse today. Come poem with us. 

 

 

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18 Responses to when we all can falling-star again

  1. neil reid says:

    when words find their own way home.
    you look like you,
    we’re glad we say

    words carry us like waves do

  2. Lucy says:

    Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful. I think we all feel this way. Let us pandemic no more and instead, sky–as you eloquently say. Fantastic take on the prompt and verbing. ❤

  3. robtkistner says:

    This was elevatingly plaintive De — liked it… i don’t wanna Covid no more either!

  4. Grace says:

    Clever poeming De. Sky me a song is dreamy.

  5. Glenn A. Buttkus says:

    “We don’ need no stinking Covid!” Indeed. I liked “blue me a kiss-bramble me a storm”.

  6. Ron. says:

    This is just YIKEY good. Me likey very much.
    Sky me a song indeed. This is de-lightful!

  7. Dale says:

    I am singing along with you.

  8. Love a bit of Whimsy-g. Just skyful.

  9. kim881 says:

    Just De-licious! I love all of it, and I don’t wanna pan(dem)ic no more.

  10. Beverly Crawford says:

    I’m all pandemic’d out too, and it would be refreshing if the sky would sing me a song!

  11. I am tired of pandeming too… fortunately the sky is still blue…

  12. rothpoetry says:

    You verbed it very well!
    Dwight!

  13. rivrvlogr says:

    Nicely done. We all could use a break.

  14. We’re all fed up with coviding. Very meaningful. Excellent verbing! I’m skying you a song. 😊

  15. Love this, De! No more coviding, only skying songs.

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