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Thursday, October 16, 2014

Three Word Wednesday




Gifted, adjective: Having exceptional talent or natural ability.

Intense, adjective: Of extreme force, degree, or strength; (of an action) highly concentrated; having or showing strong feelings or opinions; extremely earnest or serious.

Rot, verb: (Chiefly of animal or vegetable matter) decay or cause to decay by the action of bacteria and fungi; decompose; gradually deteriorate through lack of attention or opportunity; noun: The process of decaying; rotten or decayed matter; a process of deterioration; a decline in standards.


Once a beauty
Gifted with talents 
Lost in a world
With intense greed
Wandering
Now looking with hope
For a future
Free from the rot 
That shattered the spirit
Reaching for life
From the intense shame
A beauty Gifted
With life 
To dance freely
In love
From the rot of the past

~Beth~


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Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Three Word Wednesday



Arrogant, adjective: Haughty, conceited, self-important, egotistic, full of oneself, superior; overbearing, pompous, bumptious, presumptuous, imperious, overweening; proud, immodest; high and mighty, too big for one's britches, too big for one's boots, big-headed, puffed up; rare hubristic.

Crude, adjective: Unrefined, unpurified, unprocessed, untreated; unmilled, unpolished; coarse, raw, natural; primitive, simple, basic, homespun, rudimentary, rough, rough and ready, rough-hewn, make-do, makeshift, improvised, unfinished, jury-rigged, jerry-built, slapdash; dated rude; vulgar, rude, naughty, suggestive, bawdy, off-color, indecent, obscene, offensive, lewd, salacious, licentious, ribald, coarse, uncouth, indelicate, tasteless, crass, smutty, dirty, filthy, scatological.

Supple, adjective: Lithe, limber, lissome, willowy, flexible, loose-limbed, agile, acrobatic, nimble, double-jointed; pliant, pliable, flexible, soft, bendable, workable, malleable, stretchy, elastic, springy, yielding, rubbery.


Your arrogant pride
With crude supple remarks
Will fall
Not as some see
But as the truth comes
Like the wind
It will billow and blow
Stirring your inner soul
Your arrogant supple crude remarks
Will fall to the ground
Like the spinning leafs 
Of falling in the Fall
Your arrogant pride no more
No longer crude and supple 
But soften with the truth 
Of the billowing wind
As its strength blows 
The light and truth
Into your your inner soul

~Beth~




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Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Three Word Wednesday


Barren, adjective: (Of land) too poor to produce much or any vegetation; (of a tree or plant) not producing fruit or seed; (of a woman) unable to have children; showing no results or achievements; unproductive; (of a place or building) bleak and lifeless; empty of meaning or value.

Intense, adjective: Of extreme force, degree, or strength; (of an action) highly concentrated; having or showing strong feelings or opinions; extremely earnest or serious.

Worry, verb: [no object] give way to anxiety or unease; allow one's mind to dwell on difficulty or troubles; [with object] cause to feel anxiety or concern; cause annoyance to;  noun: A state of anxiety and uncertainty over actual or potential problems; a source of anxiety.



The feeling was so intense 
As she walked in
The worry that was across her face
Left one feeling barren
With no hope
In her eyes
Then it hit
"Your services are no longer needed"
It was the last straw
She felt broken
With intense worry
She turned
Knowing life would be different
Life would surely be barren
For those who depended on her service
They would be lost
But...life would go on
Her hope would be found 
In the quiet days 
In whispered prayers
Placing her worry and burdens upon the Lord
As intense as this seemed
Hope laid around the corner
In the one who held her future

~Beth~



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