Delivery

when vowels
and consonants join
forces, they
create a
magnetic effect so strong
grips will not loosen

their union
paints a gold sunrise
yet, they have
what it takes
to produce sharp, knife-like pain
be mindful of both

Lauren Scott Β© 2017
https://alongtheinterstice.wordpress.com/shadorma-november/

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26 thoughts on “Delivery

  1. Loving your shadorma BTW and while what I drew from it has given a birth, a life and a fruit of its own it remains and should remain a genuine comment upon the force of “Delivery”.

    In addition within the near proximity of the words “delivery” and “born” I spy the seed of further fruitings though whether you, I or no one at all will be drawn to take that road only time will tell.

    • Yes, I agree with you, Maureen, and well said! I was thinking the other day how much they can lift us up, but also how easily they can deflate us. Hence, giving me inspiration for this poem. πŸ™‚ πŸ’—

  2. Words conjoined can bring forth love, but can also give rise to conflict.
    Beware of those who think nought of the effects of words, giving rise to malice of intent.
    Precise words you have written, giving rise to many meanings and interpretations.
    Cheers.

    • Thanks, Michelle, your encouraging “words” are always appreciated. You’d think that as we get older, words would stop hurting, but that isn’t often the case. Age is but a number…
      I’m glad you enjoyed this shadorma – one more to go for November. πŸ™‚ Love and hugs to you, and have a wonderful Wednesday, too. xo

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