Monday, March 16, 2020

I could draw the sunlight to leverage my good intentions

                                                                                  Author: Rakicevic Nenad

Image: Patience is the Byword  (here)

the 10 of 12 given words:
intensity soft tongue 1980 
hypethral (adj. wholly or partly open to the sky,
especially of a classical building; having no roof)
realized shoulder draw sunlight leverage 

I don’t know why I was surprised every time love started or ended especially when
I was the one at the receiving end.

I checked my intensity of responses. Its gluttony overwhelmed my soft intentions.
My tongue was in its best of behavior. Wagging yes, but too unruly perhaps. Even
way back in 1980, younger in experience there hardly was any laughter

Somehow like a hypethral structure I was exposed. The malevolence of judgement
against my nature preceded my helpful spirits that I always had to apologize.

Invariably that would be the time I realized I needed a shoulder to cry on. A few
failures brought the penitence to the fore and enhanced my self-restraint into full gear.
Patience was the by-word coupled with some flattery.It worked as I could draw the
sunlight to leverage my good intentions to score a number of successes
(144 words)

Merril's at d'Verse  - Prosery - surprised or not
MLMM's Wordle #181-2
Nekneeraj's at MLMM's Photo Challence #307

10 comments:

  1. Good intentions are key, Hank. Well said. I love that photo!

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  2. Patience and good intentions can be very helpful!

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  3. Good intentions is a great guide to success.

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  4. Life is about intentions I am glad there were good ones here. You did a great job incorporating 3 prompts.

    How are you Hank?

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  5. Hard to put together three prompts into one. Well done.

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  7. Great job of responding to so many prompts with this poem. I luv the image you chose for this post. Thanks for dropping by my blog

    Much✏love

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  8. Good intentions and an unruly tongue need to come together. Things that we learn with age!

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  9. Patience and good intentions....go together like peanut butter and jelly! :)
    I especially liked the use of the word "wagging" here!

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  10. Wonderful combination of prompts, Hank! Patience and good intentions are a winning combination.

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