Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Trust Is A Must

Magic can happen from writers' fingertips,
Since a thread of muses strengthens,
The world is seen in corridors of imaginations,
Emotional and raw,
A poem may not mirror one's mood at all!
If issues thrust,
Trust is a must.
Opals of envy don't fit,
Sheepish hesitations can wait,
I yearn to embrace
omens in faith.

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76 comments:

  1. Opals of envy we must let drop into the Pool Of Wisdom so we can concentrate on letting our own best shine. Well said!

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  2. "A poem may not mirror one's mood at all!" So true. Love the poem

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  3. Writers pen their thoughts trusting themselves. Issues that arise can best be discussed in alike manner - with trust. How true! I like that!

    Hank

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  4. I yearn to embrace omens in faith--what we'd all probably like. Something to hold onto!

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  5. trust is a must...true that...

    do we as writers break trust in the writing or in our readers for changing voice...what level of trust does the writer have with the ones that choose to read...i know i am ranging well off topic at this point it just made me pause and think regarding trust when it comes to writing....

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  7. "A poem may not mirror one's mood at all"... I'm glad somebody said it...

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  8. beautiful...

    something for you: http://mypoetrywriting.blogspot.com/2011/10/versatile-blogger-award.html

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  9. I absolutely loved this poem! Fabulous job!! Blessings, Terri

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  10. you never know when inspiration will manifest

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  11. One can never fully embrace without trust, nor pray without surrender.

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  12. Like the line, 'A poem may not reflect one's mood at all" - Quite true...Well said!

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  13. Yes indeed trust is a must in all walks of life.
    Well said and penned!

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  14. Very well written... I really like the line about poems not reflecting the moodof poets at all.. It's so true, but very few people understand...

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  15. Nice message..and very beautifully weaved thoughts..

    Alcina

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  16. yearn and faith are heavy concepts, and it's a treat to see a piece develop so wonderfully well from magic to faith:)

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  17. I love the last two lines! Wow!

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  18. The world is seen in corridors of imaginations - amazing.

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  19. Very nice, Morning! I like this one!

    http://charleslmashburn.wordpress.com/2011/10/05/treasure/

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  20. Fell in love with the title, and stayed enamored and in the throes of your words through to the end. :-)

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  21. This poem perfectly states how I felt when I wrote my poem called "Naming my Monster." It was emotional and raw - the issue did thrust and I trust the readers to put myself out there like I did with that one. Beautiful work.

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  22. Every once in a while, the magic still comes from my fingertips. Thanks for this reminder that as long as I can write, nothing is lost.

    My Contribution

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  23. What a great poem! Truly is is magic when the poem flows.

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  24. Such a true poem..."corridors of imaginations" love that! Yes, poetry is simply a painting with words. I may paint death, but it doesn't mean I'm dying, right? fine write ~!

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  25. This poem is quite the opal in and of itself, truly a gem. Love the imagery, the sense of writing with its own merit spoken.

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  26. Our imagination is such a great present life gives us and I read that in this wonderful poem!

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  27. Our imagination is such a great present life gives us and I read that in this wonderful poem!

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  28. beutifully expressed, well done.

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  29. A poem may not mirror one's mood at all!
    If issues thrust, this is true at times. but most of the time poems reflect a poets emotions.

    I yearn to embrace
    omens in faith. heavy ending here.

    a very well written piece

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  30. I really like this, powerful, thoughtful, and provoking, a real good poem, thanks, much appreciated, WS

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  31. Some great lines here! Loved 'embrace omens in faith'. Interesting what we ask our readers, and even ourselves, to go through when reading our words.
    Gene

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  32. Yup! Words might now convey actual feelings, thoughts...due to that wondrous 'magic'. You write good!

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  33. very thoughtful write, powerfula nd so much depth in those words. beautifully written

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  34. 'Since a thread of muses strengthens,
    The world is seen in corridors of imaginations,'

    Such great lines in a poem that connects us all in our desire to write, thank you.

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  35. I so agree with you ...I have written poems from the elderlies point of view,the abused ,sexually adventurous,the physically abused and the cheated ....none of which applies to me ! but people reading seems to think they do. I loved your poem thank you x

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  36. True and articulately written poem. Great stuff

    Here is my entry:
    http://jackedwardspoetry.blogspot.com/2011/10/everyone.html

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  37. I agree with you on this! People often mistake everything I write about for my own personal experience when often it is inspired by something I read or someone I know or just my imagination. Like you say, you may have "a thread of muses." Great poem.

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  38. I'm sure someone's sure to have stated it but:
    "A poem may not mirror one's mood at all!"

    YES,so glad you wrote these words :-D

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  39. What true words you write on this one we do not allow mirror our thoughts and feeling when we write this is excellent.
    http://gatelesspassage.com/2011/10/05/today%e2%80%99s-feelings/

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  40. Beautiful words of wisdom.Though most pieces I write reflects my feelings there are some triggered by a photograph or an event.Brilliant!

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  41. It's rare to think of trust and faith as necessary for writing poetry - rare but exactly right. Good poem.

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  42. lovely lines there... we need to put in a lot of trust to understand or accept anything :)

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  43. Brilliant in so many ways! From the fingertips all the way to the embrace of omens! *big smile*

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  44. I've always thought that all poems contain a truth, but that it is not necessarily the truth for the poet who wrote it. The poem just needs to find the reader for whom it rings true! :)

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  45. Hello.
    Nice write.
    I especially like the line "A poem may not mirror one's mood at all!"

    Thanks for sharing & visiting.

    Yesterday With You

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  46. I like how this verse flowed. Smoothly with a bit of a clip in pace.

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  47. Whoe! very nice ...but, for me, put a briddle on that horse of creativity, and you will have a winner :-)

    ZQ

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  48. heh, your first line already grabs my attention. :)

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  49. writers can change the destiny of nations.Wonderfully expressed

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  50. very creative exploration of trust, enjoyed it ~ Rose

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  51. You've voiced our thoughts, except that you've done it with finesse!
    Rosie

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  52. true. poems may not mirror the poet's mood at all. somewhat reminds me adrienne rich's Delta poem.

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  53. Oh my heavens. This was amazing!

    I'm not even giving you my customary Alphabe-Thursday grade! You are soooo far beyond that silliness!

    Thanks for sharing this.

    Wow.

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  54. Very Nice Poetry with an amazing Imagination
    Great Work of Creativity !! Highly Expressive !!

    It was indeed enjoyable after reading this one !!

    Anyways, Take a look some of my Poetry Collections …
    http://ashbeezone.wordpress.com/category/talent-underground/poetry-zone/

    some of my Haiku Collections
    http://ashbeezone.wordpress.com/category/creative-challenges/the-haiku-challenge/

    and also, on my very recent Work as well
    https://ashbeezone.wordpress.com/2011/10/03/dilemma/

    !!! Happy Rally !!!
    Cheers !!

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  55. "Emotional and raw,
    A poem may not mirror one's mood at all!" - I couldn't agree more :) Wonderful poem!

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  56. Morning,
    Like opals our words have so many colors.
    Lovely,
    Isadora

    my entry:
    http://insidethemindofisadora.wordpress.com/2011/10/04/sleep-well-my-dear-2/

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  57. lovely flow! I like this line "A poem may not mirror one's mood at all!" So true! Often I find the mood of my poetry comes out quite contrary to the mood in which I am feeling at the time.

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  58. Trust is awfully important. Isnt it?

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  59. So important to have trust in someone or something. Great work! Thank you for visiting my blog!

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  60. I think on the surface a poem does not represent emotions at all but on a deeper sense they do.

    Poetry is for me both as a reader and a writer to delve into my deeper emotion.

    Obviously yours delved up some of my hidden soul.

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  61. Very nice, love the emotion.
    William

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  62. This was a fun poem. Great wordplay.
    good job

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  63. Magic can happen from writers' fingertips,


    I think it does, every day
    http://unprecedentedintellectual.wordpress.com/2012/01/09/winging-it/

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  64. I enjoyed the last bit the most!
    I yearn to embrace
    omens in faith..
    For faith enables
    the flipping of coin for luck.

    Inspired me for the next line:)
    Excellent, inspiring piece!

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  65. Beautiful imagery.

    You've taken a wise, true statement and illustrated it in a magnificent way--not an easy thing to do!

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  66. I really enjoyed reading this.
    'Magic can happen from a writer's fingertips,' just really inspired me to keep on writing and to believe in myself. This was lovely. Thanks for sharing.

    http://elizena-lovingmycreator.blogspot.com/2012/02/soul-song.html

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  67. i have been on leave from blogging for over a month. as always, i find your poems amazing and very refreshing...

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