Friday, February 13, 2015

Gimme a smile


Gimme a smile…
Before grinding the sins,
God requires to show no credentials.
Rushing, swallow the crystal ice-creams
we forge freeing,  develop connection.

Gimme a smile…
Daily ritual, containment -
boiling pot with a lid on, - it’s fine,
keep serenity…. fearless?
won’t you channel potential
when the chances  arise?..

Gimme a smile...
Outraged umbrellas,
urban dresses across seasons’ will
won't withdraw me from seeing thru
high-condense clouds,
we're still climbing up hill…

Gimme a smile…
I'll embrace a resurrection:
a path, a bridge to the moon.

Gimme a smile…
Foolish heart’s muggy madness
I'll heal to the last micro wound.




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40 comments:

  1. i like the underflow of redemption and healing in this....
    i hope god does not need credentials....smiles.

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  2. Credentials would be a bad thing, good there are none. Keep on a smiling

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    1. Nice when some others help you with it. ;)

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  3. Nice smile.we should always smile.
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    1. Thanks for joining my blog! Smiles :)

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  4. I like how you used every bit of the prompt.
    And in the end, without magic, will help to heal.

    Thanks for your visit. Maybe I'll add that piece into an already existing saga - I have too many...

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    1. Thanks, Jules. Always fun to visit your pages! :)

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  5. Wonderful poem, have all the potential and a smile to seize opportunities!

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  6. Gimme a smile, I specially like the last 5 lines ~

    Gimme a smile…
    I'll embrace a resurrection:
    a path, a bridge to the moon.

    Gimme a smile…
    Foolish heart’s muggy madness
    I'll heal to the last micro wound.

    Have a good Sunday Humbird ~

    Grace

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    1. Thank you, Grace! Nice day for you too :)

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  7. Where would we be without smiles!

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    1. Instead of sun at these sun-less winter days especially...

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  8. I really like those outraged umbrellas.. Not a combo you would see often, and I think a smile would go a long way.. :-)

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  9. a smile goes miles long when you don't feel friendship at times.

    love the energy in your words.

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  10. "Should I offer you a but a smile
    Please don't be disappointed
    So many give -
    a lot less"
    Javan
    Very nice piece.
    ZQ

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  11. This is my favorite stanza, it says so much...May we all feel that smile upon our face..

    Gimme a smile…
    I'll embrace a resurrection:
    a path, a bridge to the moon.

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  12. I'll embrace a resurrection:
    a path, a bridge to the moon...

    You have given everyone a chance for redemption here.

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  13. that gives us a chance to tolerant, not to let go and criticize.

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  14. Redemption--this speaks so well to the soul's ability to find its way! Lovely!

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  15. Healing and recovery and growing. They all shine through your words.

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  16. A smile can make such a big difference!

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  17. The outraged umbrellas made me smile!!

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  18. "...I'll embrace a resurrection: / a path, a bridge to the moon"...it's an intent promise to self...my fav. lines....

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  19. Those crystal ice creams sound like a temptation - good or bad...should we smile to get them...beautiful trip and skip of words humbird

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  20. Smiling will certainly bring on healing! :)

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  21. "Gimme a smile...
    Outraged umbrellas,
    ... a bridge to the moon."

    I believe I just gave your poem at least 13 smiles; all lucky, warm and full of dance.

    This words sing. And I love that. ♥

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  22. 'Outraged umbrellas,
    urban dresses across seasons’ will
    won't withdraw me from seeing thru
    high-condense clouds,
    we're still climbing up hill…'.

    The drama in your imagery creates suspense for the plot; hoping the climb is not to heavy on the heart.

    Enjoyed this; thanks for sharing!

    Poppy

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  23. How could anyione resist such a plea? :)

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  24. What a well written call for a smile.

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  25. "God requires to show no credentials." and those last two stanzas genius!

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