365 Creativity Project-Day 317

Journal entry:

Journal 11-21-20120001

My poem answers the prompt at Poetic Asides. This one was quite the challenge and you should make an effort to do it, so visit that site.

The Song Goes On

You’re the reason I’m
Left in the dark with no clue
As to why you’re gone,
I thought I lit the fuse on
The inside of your cold heart.

You were the light which
Shone ever so bright within
My life’s close borders,
But I will bring the harvest
Into the sunshine again.

My love takes free flight
Rising above all regret,
I will not ever
Let the disappointment bring
Me down into depression.

I am moving so
Much further than I believed
Possible because
I have gone beyond my fear
That being alone would hurt.

So you’re the reason
I have grown in happiness
Because by leaving
You opened me up to life
Above imagination.

Jo Ann J. A. Jordan
Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Left in the Dark, You’re the Reason, Harvest, The Fuse, Free Flight

Photographs:

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I am grateful:

1.   My nerves are better today.
2.   I thought of a special recipe I can make.
3.   Jeremy called and said things were going start a bit later than originally planned tomorrow.
4.   Laura called this evening.
5.   I had a glass of eggnog.

I hope your Wednesday was productive and enjoyable. It was a rather quiet day for me. If you have not exercised your imagination already, I urge you to do that now. You have so much creative energy to share with the world.

As a prompt, write about how you feel about time’s passage. Maybe you could write a poem, story, or journal entry that explains your response. If you use this prompt, please leave a link to your work in the comments below.

Thank you for visiting my blog. I hope you will share your thoughts, suggestions, or criticism with me in the comments. If you enjoyed what you found here, please consider following Chronicles.

Always,
Jo Ann

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