Thursday, April 05, 2012

Escape

Exasperation and elation
two extremes that frame creation
can help us earn emancipation
through elemental extrication.

14 comments:

Grammy said...

Hi, I just read all your A to Z posts. I love them! Your grandson is absolutely adorable (which is not news to you, ha). I can just hear him singing with you. Great posts! Thank you. It is wonderful meeting other people I can relate to. Ruby

Lynn Proctor said...

you're making me want to write poetry again--thanks!

Mark Koopmans said...

Aloha rch,

Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment.

yeah, Grandmas are pretty amazing peeps and perhaps ours have met up in Heaven, and are chilling out on the couch together :)

Great posts and I'm a new follower.

Daydreamertoo said...

Sometimes it is so nice to 'escape' in whatever way we can, even if it's just for a while.
Lovely imagery.

Tara Tyler said...

extra special e poem!

Pat Hatt said...

Such an escape is great from time to time especailly when one in rhyme

Ella said...

Well Done
Yeah, we did do the same E ;D
I like how short and specific yours is!

anthony stemke said...

A nice poem I like the visualization.

Dave King said...

Clever and artful little poem - with a link to an even finer one! What more could a fellow ask?

Kim Nelson said...

Smart and succinct!
http://www.kimnelsonwrites.com/2012/04/05/escape/

Sherry Blue Sky said...

Wow, that is a confluence of very effective words. "elemental extrication". Wow.

Mary Mansfield said...

excellent endeavor! Loved this.

Patricia Stoltey said...

Excellent...

rch said...

Thanks I occasionally link back to a previous post if it applies, good way to bump older stuff.