“A Life Once Vibrant” The Sunday Whirl #16

Her linen table of prophets and scars,
set on a morning of sun-covered torments

Her notes crawled through life without tender
caresses, just rusty memories walking beneath

Her soul lay cemented and frozen,
swept away by prophets and scars

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18 responses to ““A Life Once Vibrant” The Sunday Whirl #16

  1. A compact exposition of the wordle words that works well.

  2. awwwww such sad place the wordle words took you to. lovely prose, though.

  3. Pamela, this is a beautiful poem!

  4. Succinct and well-worded poem, Pamela. The despair is palpable.

  5. PS – Hope you enjoyed your time away!

  6. We used the words in a very similar fashion, yet fashioned two distinctly different worlds from them. I like that. Prophets and scars really do fit together well, Pamela.

    Elizabeth
    http://soulsmusic.wordpress.com/

  7. My response seems to have disappeared. Don’t want to make a duplicate. Enjoyed your take on the words, found several similar thoughts in my own. Wonderful write, Pamela,

    Elizabeth
    http://soulsmusic.wordpress.com

  8. Nice technique, opening and closing lines completing a circle. Very satisfying.

  9. A very enjoyable read.
    I love the way you so cleverly incorporated all the words into such a short piece.

  10. Thanks for reading and commenting, Mike.

  11. So touching and so universal. ‘prophets and scars’, I think we’ve all met both. Thanks for putting this together.
    dk

I appreciate all comments.

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