Baby I will love you if you may

I will hum you a song
And hold you for long
But that’s not until I say
“Baby please stay
Let’s dance away the pain
On this cold December rain”.

I will caress you in my arm
Cos you’re my lucky charm
But that’s not until I say
“Baby please stay
Let’s walk for a while
I know it will make you smile”.

I will do that and so many
Even in my dreams, I will carry
But that’s not until I say
“Baby I will love you if you may”.

 

In response to NovemberNotes challenge hosted by Theresa Doughty of Heartstrings Eulogies and Rosema of A Reading Writer.

Day 13 music is prompt: Shell Suite by Chad Valley

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Out of my League

I can’t see you;
But I can feel you.

My gaze is far;
But my thoughts are with you.

 
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Photo and poem by my daughter

In response to NovemberNotes challenge hosted by Theresa Doughty of Heartstrings Eulogies and Rosema of A Reading Writer.

Day 12  music is prompt: Out of my League by Stephen Speaks

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Parking lot

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When loving for the one is like
Choosing a parking spot.
No matter how you try you’ll never get it right
You always end up hitting two spots
Like loving two in one shot.

P.S.

As inspired by the music prompt Paradise Circus by Massive Attack that says love is like a sin..for what better way to commit a sin than to love twice at the same time and on the same moment.

In response to NovemberNotes challenge by Theresa of Heastring Eulogies and Rosema of A Reading Writer.
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Now is the Time to Heal and Mend. — Dreamwalker’s Sanctuary

 

This was not going to be my intended post for this weekend.. But seeing the various posts and the media attentions to the results of the USA’s Election results I thought to repost this poem I had posted earlier this year. Sending you all Love and Peace.. My heart is sick of this sickness right […]

via Now is the Time to Heal and Mend. — Dreamwalker’s Sanctuary

Air

Sulk!

Say it.

Don’t keep it.

What have I done?

Control not yourself,

Loosen up, don’t restraint.

I can’t read between the lines.

Tell me it’s breaking my heart;

I know I am damn, I am hurt too.

We’re dying, this air, this space, killing us.

 

 

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In response to NovemberNotes challenge hosted by Theresa Doughty of Heartstrings Eulogies and Rosema of A Reading Writer.

Day 10 prompt: Air by Rayvon Owen

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Devil in a halo

You call out love; I gave you loath

I am kind; I am polite

You need affection; I present you with the abomination

I give out joy; I give out pleasure

You want sympathy; I give you callousness

I am nice and I am sweet

But I could be your devil in a halo.

 

 

P.S
In response to NovemberNotes challenge hosted by Theresa Doughty of Heartstrings Eulogies and Rosema of A Reading Writer.

Day 9 prompt: Cupid has a Gun by Marilyn Manson

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Monday Morning Melts

In   response to Monday Morning Melts hosted by Rosema of A Reading Writer and Jade M. Wong.

This week’s song is If you’re not the One by Daniel Bedengfield.

I remembered this song became a hit when i was pregnant with my youngest daughter who is now 12 years old..

So i thought of asking her to write/create her interpretation of this song..

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Perfect Strangers

I saw you from a distance

I recognized you in an instance

Remembered years back

When I met you

 

“Next please”

I was inattentive, I was distracted

 

You were busy bustling, you were out engaging.

Perfect strangers back then we were,

’till we perfectly fell hard for each other.

 

 

Day 8 prompt: Perfect strangers by Jonas Blue in response to the NovemberNotes Challenge hosted by Sarah Doughty of Heartstrings Eulogy and Rosema of A Reading Writer

 

Cold Summer Day

Day 7 prompt: Yellow by Cold Play

In response to NovemberNotes challenge hosted by SarahDoughty of Heartstring’s Eulogies and Rosema of A Reading Writer

 

I see you, baby,
In cold summer day
Wondering how to get you
I melted like a dew.

The sun shone brightly
On your skin, oh so lovely
Remembering how it flickers
In the meadow with my sneakers.

I wish I could tell you
Your beauty is a few
Every man will have fun
To stay with you in the sun…

“Its cold summer day, baby”

 

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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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