Tag: words

The Struggle Is Real

The Struggle Is Real

The Poet’s Struggle By Jesi Scott   Long have the words lived in my brain To describe, emote, explain The very moments, feelings, reasons For what I see and think and experience.   And, sadly, they can never quite Reach the fullness of these scraps of life That creep past or fly by… These flashes …

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And Another…

And Another…

Divina Poetica By Jesi Scott   Spill your words onto my lips, Those soft, silky, satin drips That caress my soul Like your fingertips, As across my skin Your voice slips And tangles in strips Where light and fire eclipse The body divine in apocalypse   00

Some Fun and Moon Madness

Some Fun and Moon Madness

OctPoWriMo challenge-Days 17 and 8 (for me). Today’s challenge: Words, Words, Words. Cut out words that catch your eye from newspapers, magazines, junk mail, etc, or use a random word generator or magnetic poetry (including the online one here-very addictive, trust me) and take a picture or screen shot of what you come up with …

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Color Your World & Revolution

Color Your World & Revolution

Ready for more poetry for the poetry challenge? Today’s prompt was “Color Your World”. After days of some pretty intensive subjects for poetry it was time for a more light-hearted approach. But I had to sit for a bit with this one. There are so many different ways I could have gone. I started one poem …

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Be Careful With Your Words

Be Careful With Your Words

Words. It’s amazing how much power words have. They can be used to heal, to destroy, to build, to create, and to wound. Twenty-six letters in the English alphabet and all can be used in ways you cannot imagine. They inspire, they give meaning to things, they cause wars, and they build walls. Knowing this …

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