Thursday, May 31, 2012

For a Friend

A poem for a friend- and writer. 
She writes and whirls through prompts and pages. 
Here's to you Jules Paige


There in the labyrinth 
Words like Jewels 
shine and shimmer.

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Here are her blogs- JulesGemStonePages, and JulesGemsand Stuff

This month she began each poem with the last line of the previous poem. Each poem also had the word labyrinth. Besides this she can be found over on the writing community Writing Our Way Home welcoming new members and taking part in the Daily Gathering, as well as adding her small stones.  

Here is my favorite post this month-

letting go is just as powerful as holding tight…
that memory that is just on the edge, nagging greys
or that roller coaster moment, the warmth of warm ocean
the explosion of grief, worry,  that bird name you want to remember
the labyrinth of life holds our secrets and too recipes that we can share…




4 comments:

  1. Perfect poem for Jules. Such down-to-earth wisdom in her writing.

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  2. A wonderful tribute to Jules. I couldn't have put it better. Her May 'Labyrinth' was an amazing achievement.

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  3. *oh blush* ...I just recently saw the play 'Annie Get Your Gun'. In it was one fun toe tapping tune... 'Doin' What Comes Naturally' ...Guess that's how I look at it. I am honored to have met so many wonderful and inspirational writers and friends here on the web. - Teri, Thank you for the poem, and to thanks to Cynthia and bythewobblydumdumtree - :) Hugs to you all.

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  4. Teri, what a pleasant surprise this was, to read your poem for Jules. Her words "shine and shimmer" - as do yours.

    Richard

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