Circles Within Circles

For The Sunday Whirl: Wordle #130
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wordle #130

2-18-2012  Nesting

Circles Within Circles

Even the drunkard is momentarily
lifted from stumbling stupor as world
shifts and the prophet is born.

Bound and silenced expectations
begin to slowly attach themselves
to awakening reality.

Thunder trumps pounding rain at edge
of sleepy awareness as hope blooms for all
that might be mended.

Elizabeth Crawford 10/13/13

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15 Responses to Circles Within Circles

  1. Stan Ski says:

    In that case it can just keep on raining!

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  2. Please not, Stan – we’d need too many arks and I haven’t seen much gopher wood lately.

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  3. Robyn says:

    After a week of rain, you’ve made me think of all those rain from a different angle. Perhaps when it’s all done, the world will be mended? Thank goodness one can always hope!

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  4. Old Egg says:

    I would still be playing with the unicorns.

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  5. Mary says:

    Ah, thank goodness for the birth of the prophet who has the power to bring needed HOPE to the world! (And even to the drunkard.)

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  6. annell says:

    Nicely done!

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  7. Sabra Bowers says:

    I like the ending of hope for all that might be mended. Great job.

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  8. Pamela says:

    Every time it rains, that is what I tell myself. There is healing in the rain. Lovely work, Elizabeth. A good Sunday to you, my friend.

    Pamela

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  9. Another small gem to enjoy! I love reading these !

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  10. Jae Rose says:

    Some moments are like awakenings..they come unexpected..and briefly..you have captured that moment perfectly..

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  11. beautifully wrought from this offering of words.

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  12. “as hope blooms for all that might be mended” – that line alone gives ME hope! Beautiful.

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  13. nan says:

    Your lovely poem found the light that eluded me with these words. Thank you!

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  14. Wonderful writing! Love it!!

    doggy tales

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  15. Blooming hope. Plant it. You rock, my friend.

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