Saturday, January 21, 2017

Maze

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Lights reflect off the street,
hiding what moves in the night.
Silent breath the only heat;
we hold it in so tight. 

Lock the windows, bolt the doors,
keeping safe behind. 
Think good thoughts, dream sweet dreams;
you only control your mind.

Poem: McGuffy Ann Morris


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10 comments:

  1. So true. Our imaginations really can transform the unknown into scary things, if we let them.

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  2. Beautiful little poem. Our attitude can make a big difference how we view things and everyone sees differently. What a mystery.
    Hugs,
    Julia

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  3. What do we sometimes miss because we lock everything, including ourselves,up?

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  4. Excellent poem, we do tend to fear more than necessary.

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  5. So true about controlling our mind! I am always having to work at seeing the good. And there is so much good!

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  6. Beautiful! Thank you for sharing your poetry with sARTurday.

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  7. Lovely. It's so poignant in this tumultuous time. Blessings to you and yours.

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  8. Perfect for that image... and for our times I do believe.

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