Through Belief

Written In Response To:

Stream of Consciousness Saturday – Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “where.” Start your post with the word “where” and write whatever comes to you. Bonus points if you end your post with “where” too. Enjoy!

MLMM Saturday Mix – Lucky Dip 10 August 2019 – For this week’s Lucky Dip, I have reached into my mystery bag and pulled out a Tanka. The topic is up to you!

V.J.’s Weekly Challenge #60:  Belief – This week, let’s think about the beliefs – personally, socially, culturally – that define our realities.

Sue Vincent Thursday Photo Prompt:  Within #writephoto – Use the image below as inspiration to create a post on your own blog… poetry, prose, humour… light or dark, whatever you choose.

where do I fit in

within this stone chamber’s walls

I look out to see

not to this world I belong

but to God through my belief

~ * ~

#writephoto

Unveil – A Musette

A Musette Is: a poem that consists of three verses of three lines each. The first lines have two syllables; the second lines have four syllables, and the third lines have two syllables. The rhyme scheme is a/b/a for the first verse; c/d/c for the second verse, and e/f/e for the third verse. The title should reflect the poem’s content.  Shadow Poetry

Written In Response To:

MLMM Saturday Mix – Lucky Dip, May 18, 2019 – For this week’s Lucky Dip, I have reached into my mystery bag and pulled out a Musette. The topic is up to you!

Remove

The mask that hides

True you

 

Let your

Beauty shine the

Allure

 

Mystique

That shows you are

Unique

~ * ~

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Prayer – Clarity Pyramid Poem

MLMM Saturday Mix – Lucky Mix – Clarity Pyramid Poem On Any Topic

A Clarity Pyramid is a poem consisting of two triplets and a single line (7 lines in all). Usually, this poem is center aligned when displayed.

The first triplet has 1, 2, and 3 syllables. The title of the poem is the one-syllable word of the first triplet, which is displayed in all capital letters. This line is followed by a two-syllable line, and then a three-syllable line, both of which clarify the definition of the poem, or are synonyms for the title.

The second triplet has 5, 6, and 7 syllables. Its design is based around a life event contained within the triplet which helps give a poetic view or outlook on the first line (title).

The last line is 8 syllables, and is in quotations as this line contains a quote that defines the first word (title).

Prayer

PRAYER
praising
giving thanks

baring hidden truth
transparency of heart
listening to His presence

“the soul’s greatest intimacy”

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