Thursday, March 3, 2022

Poetic Thursday



Angel Sammy and Teddy provided this photo as inspiratoin for the blog

I walked down the dark and damp hallway

"Please let there be an exit" I pray

I took my phone and found no bars

Without my little computer I was scared I wouldn't make it far

I turned on the light and shone it ahead

With each step my heart filled with dread.

Then in the distance I saw a light

I was filled with hope, no time for fright

As I came closer the form looked familiar

Walking past the wet stone pillars

It too had a phone showing it the way

Together we could find how to get away

As I held the phone to my face he did the same

And when I saw the face I yelled my own name

Because the figure ahead was well known

It was me, and I realized there would be no way home


  1. oh we hope there is a way... but you are right, without our phones, or a non working one something is missed

  2. Oh no, what a frightening poem.

  3. river; bravo !!!! veree nice lee done !! :) ♥♥ anda happee
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  4. That was a good one! I though you were gonna do...On a dark desert highway, cool wind in my furs!

  5. Wow for a wee pup you are as brave as brave can be
    Hugs Cecilia

  6. Sometimes Mommy doesn't know if she's coming or going, but to meet herself in a dark tunnel...yikes!! Great poem for Halloween, River! XOX Xena, Lucy and Chia

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