Poetry, prose, and lyrics from Henry Clemmons.
Excellent, loved your poem, the rhyme, and especially how you end.
I'm feeling the heart of Lot when his wife turned to salt. So much like this. Poignant.
I think you've got to the nub of it. Excellent response to the propmpt. I really liked it.
wow... A appreciable imagination...Stones can't be friends or companions...
Perfect closure, Henry.
Direct, pithy and totally to the point. Symbols only go so far, then something has to happen on a human level.
This is a lovely plea. Help me, indeed. Well written piece. Concise and deep.
One word: brilliant!
I opened your blog and was totally blown away by the incredible header image .... equally blown away by your Magpie.
Wonderful. A sit up and take notice response to the prompt and personal rendition of the famous prayer to the Saint.
http://eclipseofthemoon.wordpress.com/selected-poetry/....with your permission, I hope :)
I couldn't help but think of your piece hand in hand with "make me a channel of your peace". Nice.
Very nice. :-)
Powerful... love the ending!
so perfectly fine tuned piece.well done.:)
check out short story slam and welcome your submission.you never fail to amaze us, keep it up.:)
an excellent prayer. and that banner. amazing soul in that tree.
Brilliant stuff.Anna :o]PS I love your tree!
Clever, and a worthy prayer for anyone to remember...
Beautiful poetry Henry! That tree in your header is absolutely spectacular!! I love trees. May I copy it and save for my collection?Did you take it? Sad about the missing girl. I will pray to keep her safe and be found soon. This is terrible news.Found you through Everyday Goddess and Magpie Tales.
Good lead-up, excellent finish stanza.
Post a Comment