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the world is in our hands

is it not a gift?

a blank sheet

to compose symphonies

of grace,

one cosmic chorus

born of our own untainted hearts?

let us not be mute

but join in songs of light

when evil seeps

through cracks

 

 

A quadrille for dVerse Poets Pub.

De has given us the word “crack” to incorporate into our 44 word poems. Join us!

Image credit: pixabay.com

 

 

15 responses »

  1. “symphonies

    of grace”

    Oh, MY. Fantastic.

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  2. Very positive and uplifting Mish – fine writing!

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  3. Yes to songs of light. Happy Monday
    Much✏love

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  4. let us not be mute
    but join in songs of light
    when evil seeps
    through cracks

    I love this ending to your poem!

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  5. Mish, this is lovely: join in songs of light.

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  6. I like those songs of light defending against evil in the cracks.

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  7. loving the positivity of this soft poetry.

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  8. A wonderful message, Mish. Thank you.

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  9. Beverly Crawford

    Savour the light, step on the cracks!

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  10. Such a positive message here- thank you!

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  11. “songs of light” yes. shields to darkness

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  12. We need such songs to shield us from darkness.

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  13. Oh, yes. Anthem. Let’s all act on this poem’s ideas before those cracks grow to chasms to canyons. let us not be mute

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  14. yes our hearts are indeed untainted, and with that we can conquer evil!

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