parachute fluff

it’s the downy kite stuff 
of wandered wishes, childish 
dreams and fragile hope. 

so much pondered 
promise in the 
audacity 
and tenacity 
of a simple weed. 


we don’t stop to doubt 
or wonder why. we just 
take a deep breath 

and 

                                           fly.


                                seeds

                         let 

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Merril’s got an awesome prompt for us over at the dVerse Quadrille this week. Come play.

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24 Responses to parachute fluff

  1. Dennis Gray says:

    Should I ask the lord’s gardener
    for direction
    my dandelions think
    they are sunflowers?

    It was just a short term thing
    now my dandelions
    have white hair like me
    some have even lost it
    on top.

  2. Helen Dehner says:

    Having an overwhelming to huff, puff and blow right now!!! Well penned, my friend.

  3. Ingrid says:

    I love the shape and structure of this De, especially those seeds floating upwards on the breeze!

  4. merrildsmith says:

    I love everything about this, De. 💙 And like others, I love the shape, and I’m very tempted to go outside now and look for some dandelions puff on!

  5. Beautiful audacity! Beautiful poem. ❤

  6. RedCat says:

    This is beautiful! ❤️

    I especially liked:
    of wandered wishes, childish
    dreams and fragile hope.

  7. kittysverses says:

    Beautiful poem as well as the structure of the poem. Creativity at its best. 🙂

  8. I think if I could, I would let go

    be fluff, with a payload of seed.

  9. sanaarizvi says:

    This is absolutely stellar writing, De! I especially love; “so much pondered promise in the audacity and tenacity of a simple weed.” I agree! 💝💝

  10. magnolia says:

    “let seeds fly” — I love that clever ending.

  11. Grace says:

    Beautiful De. Let it fly!!!

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