BrewNSpew Cafe – February 4, 2019

emptiness in trees

woeful melodies fill the air

longlasting sorrow

Words empty as the wind are best left unsaid – Homer

Word/expression of the weekempty(adjective) – containing nothing; not filled or occupied. Synonyms – vacant, unoccupied, uninhabited, clear, free, bare, desolate, deserted, abandoned.

flaw is individuality

nothing now is lost

nothing now is empty

no paper doll persona

no garish selfie

 no one size fits all

withstand finally

the puzzle of us

and embrace our every flaw


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  1. The museum before me;
    I had been here before.
    I peered through glass,
    antiques on the floor.
    Paintings and mirrors
    hang adorning the walls
    to delight, on display,
    sounding history calls.
    Authentic treasures,
    countless, in store;
    save but for the one,
    a key to open the door.

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  2. Love the prompt and your poetry. My middle name is imperfect so I speak flaw fluently..

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  3. Your Haiku is beautiful! As for your second poem…yes, let’s embrace our every flaw, they make us perfectly imperfectly who we are.

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  4. Beautiful poem Eugenia. Flaws make us whole, we are blessed to have them.

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    My response to this inviting prompt. Thank you so much Eugenia!

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    Here entry Eugenia

    I am joining for the first time..

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  7. So true and beautiful! I believe in embracing every flaw also even though some flaws are harder to embrace than others! 😀 ❤

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