Sunday, September 9, 2012

Words Are All I Have


Welcome to Saturday Centus, the weekly writing challenge from Jenny Matlock of Off On My Tangent!  This week's prompt is "It's only words. And words are all I have."  We can use any form of writing that we would like as long as it does not exceed 109 words (including the prompt).  Here's my offering; the prompt is in bold!

Tell me how I can make you see,
All the changes taking place in me.
There are no fireworks, no grandiose plans
Not even streamers attached to cans.  

If we are to finish this life together
We must figure out how to make ours better.
We both need to give more than ever before
Only then will we find that open door.

I’m willing to meet at the halfway mark,  
Even though it may be a little bit dark.
It just might work if we both do our share.
Loving, believing and handling with care.
   
This is for you.  It’s only words. And words are all I have...

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10 comments:

Judie said...

If all married couples could read your words, their lives would be a lot richer. Great take on the prompt!!

lissa said...

it's not just only words, they are and can be felt greatly, great take on the prompt

Mrs4444 said...

It's beautiful; I love it, truly.

Karen S. said...

oh I think your words were made for this prompt...and your dreamy most darling and precious photo is so touching.

Chris H said...

Gorgeous post, love your writing.

Linda O'Connell said...

This speaks volumes! Love it. Thanks for stopping by. Consider sending me a story about family?

Laurie Ritchey said...

Excellent! What wonderful words, and I love that picture too. laurie @ http://dealingwithmyinnercritic.blogspot.com/

Anna said...

Lovely poem about marriage.
Well done!
Best wishes,
Anna
'SC week 123 It's only words...'

Unknown Mami said...

Dang it! You made me cry. You give a lot with your words.

Jenny said...

Oh.

My.

This made me teary.

It felt like a song that wrapped around my heart.

Oh.

My.

Loved this.

Do you know Rosi Golan? Her song, "Say it Anyway"?

I think you might like it.

Her singing reminds me of this lovely piece of writing.