Mercy

ERR

l e a d s 

PAIN

 

PAIN

h o l d s

MISERY

 

MISERY

b e g e t s 

AGONY

 

AGONY

y i e l d s

SIN

 

SIN

t a k e s 

REASON

 

REASON

leads

MERCY

 

MERCY

b r i n g s 

GOD

 

The Brevette

Created by Emily Romano consist of a subject (noun) verb, and object (noun) in this exact order. The verb should show an ongoing action. This is done by spacing out the letters in the verb. There are only three words in the poem, giving it the title brevette.

However, i brought a different twist to the Brevette. Enjoy…

 

Day Six Prompt: Street Called Mercy – Hillsong United
In response to November Notes Writing Challenge hosted by Sarah Doughty of Heartstring Eulogies and Rosema of A Reading Writer.❤

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About michnavs

Celebrating life in rhythm and rhyme...
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19 Responses to Mercy

  1. sheldonk2014 says:

    This is very powerful
    It stands tall
    As always Sheldon

  2. Miriam says:

    I enjoyed that. Very creative.

  3. I like what you did here!

  4. Davy D says:

    Excellent and very clever Mich. The poem has a great flow and rhythm and the last verse says it all🙂

  5. Prajakta says:

    Loved reading it 😊

  6. maria says:

    Wow! I haven’t heard of Brevette until now. It’s clever and each line in this piece suggests a deeper meaning.

  7. There are consequences to all the choices we make. Superb words!

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