This is my first DUET with Hasty Words, What an honor and fun experience! Please check out Hasty Words for some amazing art.
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This duet took some time to write due to me losing my place a billion times.  She was patient though and I think the end result turned out beautifully.  Visit SerendipiTee here.BeFunky_index.jpgWritten by SerendipiTee and HastyWords

Wading through a cold, familiar river

I happened upon a gold and silver beam

The brilliant sparkling pulled me to the sun

And dragged me deeper into the flowing stream

 

I stared directly with fascination and for the first time

Was not blinded but could see that someone

Had left his mark, a message, a rhyming song

Written in fire upon this fiery globe in front of me

 

Wading through a fireof lukewarm flames

I happened upon an unexpected inferno

That, engulfing me, soothed me and pulled me to its center

I shielded my eyes -careful little eyes for what you see-

 

I blinked and…

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4 thoughts on “PEERING THROUGH GOD’S KALEIDOSCOPE

    • I’ve never written a poem with anyone. It was a fun, interesting experience because I really didn’t know where it was going. The meaning is left up to the reader’s interpretation, I think. It really is like a kaleidoscope. Bits and pieces came together for a moment at a time, and this was the end result.

    • Thank you for stopping by. I hope you stay for a while. Thanks for taking time to read and for commenting. This post was a step out of my comfort zone. I like trying something new.

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