One can learn to let things go even if it takes forever to learn this - personalities are developed and many times it is hard to change ones motives especially if one has a big heart - thoughts are that ‘they’ can change situations but, that isn’t always true - one must learn one step at a time will bring closure to the situation at hand - sometimes issues can’t or are not meant to change and this is what one has to learn to accept...Established 2009
captures your intense, curious heart.
She says casually, she
has been around,
she knows what she
wants and expects in a man.
Knowing what they want
and desire, she will play
their costly game,
thus, winning all in the end.
She again throws her
head back and laughs,
securing herself in a shaky, unsecured
moment of truth,
revealed carelessly during a nervous
again the attention she craves.
Realizing eyes are
staring upon her body she is
exposed to the greedy
world of lust, a world of
novel making, words of
from words she has
spoken in haste.
Quietly, she turns to
me, her long time friend,
looking into my eyes
for comfort, sheltering her
mind from the cruel
words of disbelief uttered,
are her stories
of compassion truth or fiction…
She reluctantly admits
her words are only make believe,
throwing her head back
and laughing again,
as she cleverly
captured us all with her story telling as only the novelist can do.
- Rhoda Galgiani
Hope all is well with you, I had just went on to see what you wrote about Flo. Very nice. Take care have a good day.
(A nice email I received from Florence's Brother...rg)
Free Verse or Unrhymed Poetry Form has no rhyme, no special line length or no special pattern. It sounds like natural speech. It tells a story or paints a picture. It uses carefully chosen words to describe experiences or feelings. It is written like a poem and not like a paragraph. It must make sense to the reader…rg
Twister Poetry Form Created by Ralph Stott consists of ten words
in one verse; two words for each of the five lines - Words one, four, five, eight and nine are printed in bold and make up the first verse - This should read clearly - Words one to ten make the second verse - This gives
the ‘twist’ to the poem and again should read clearly - So, two verses in one, the
title should be one word, no punctuation - Rhyming optional - Just one verse - 10
Hello Rhoda - Have visited your site and tickes some boxes. Loved the poem and the play on the words: for all art lovers everywhere!
Senryu Poetry Form is Japanese verse consisting of three
unrhymed lines in 5, 7, 5 syllables Senryu is written about human nature or emotions - It is
usually written in the present tense - They
possess no references to the natural world, as is a Haiku…rg