Micro-Poetry: Word Bank #FWF

Micro-poetry stanza’s based on the word bank prompt below posted by Kellie Elmore (an extraordinary writer) for:

#FWF Free Write Friday: Word Bank for August 3, 2013

blanket – falsetto – cumbersome – cinema – coins

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the blanket that once kept her warm
now lies still covering her lifeless form

hauntingly she screams in falsetto melodies
speaks of eternal undiscovered mysteries

cumbersome lies are slippery and hard to hold
like catching snowflakes in July or so I am told

life is a cinema that portrays the reality
shadows of the imaginings of eternity

one of many golden coins the sun brightly shines
burning a God shaped hole into our minds

~M ©2013

The micro-poetry was written for Free Write Friday from the word prompt  at the top of the page.  Free Writing is using what is called stream of consciousness writing, no editing, no proofing just writing! Please check out Kellie Elmore’s official site or click on the Free Write Friday Image for more information. Post your submission with a comment and link to your blog on Kellie’s blog, post on twitter with the hashtag #FWF, Facebook and join the fun!

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7 thoughts on “Micro-Poetry: Word Bank #FWF

  1. Never caught a snow flake, but I know here for July, it’s possible in The Snowy Mountains, up by Kosciuszko’s side. The approach you explored certainly opens the word bank up, feels like stories running in parallel, but that they come close to meeting one another but pass like two ships in the night for their moments.

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