Paired

Hands clasped

head bowed

knees bent to wooden slabs.

I asked for the impossible…

and for a brief bright shining moment

I stood in the light

soaked in the warmth

allowing myself to dream.

Hope.

Love, I believe I’ve met your twin.

************

Did Grace say that, too? 

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Kirsten is a wife after years of dating, a mom after years of infertility & a lover of shoes, words, NYC and TV dramas. A storyteller and daydreamer at heart, this is the place where her stories come to be told. Thanks for visiting.

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  1. Yes indeed love and grace should go together—
    Bjorn recently shared…Ungracefully told – GargleblasterMy Profile

  2. Those “brief bright shining moments” are what keep hope alive.

    Beautiful take on the prompt, Kir.
    fatgirlinboxinggloves recently shared…Seeking GraceMy Profile

  3. Hope is love’s twin. I love that idea!

    May your Monday be beautiful!
    Tina recently shared…The Camera LiesMy Profile

  4. Enjoyed the ethereal images that you have created here. Well done!
    Glasgowdragonfly recently shared…Tales of the City: Did Grace say that, too….?My Profile

  5. You move so beautifully–through vivid images–from the concrete to the ethereal.
    Jennifer Knoblock recently shared…Grace SpeakingMy Profile

  6. Great writing
    Ruby Manchanda recently shared…FlickersMy Profile

  7. Beautiful words.
    Stacie recently shared…Loved and CherishedMy Profile

  8. You captured so perfectly what we all live for–those brief moments that make life worth living.

    Well done!
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  9. This is absolutely brilliant. You have outdone yourself! ♥
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  10. Last line is bulls’eye, Kir! Love this take.

  11. Very prettily put, Kir! Hope will get you there if anything will!
    KymmInBarcelona recently shared…Idle ThreatsMy Profile

  12. Hope and love. Yes that’s perfect. I like you “bright shining moment”!
    Jetgirl recently shared…What did she say? – Gargleblaster #165My Profile

  13. Wow, this was incredible! Thank you for writing a powerful piece.
    Patricia Rivera (@patrilablogger) recently shared…The ArtistMy Profile

  14. Hi Kir, you created this so beautifully. Hope is definitely love’s twin.
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  15. Oh, very nice, Love and Hope :-)
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  16. Wow Kir, a very beautiful image you create here!

  17. Lovely!!!
    jen recently shared…PatienceMy Profile

  18. Love and Hope, brought together by Grace. What a lovely concept, Kir! Sweet and romantic, as always. Very nicely done. Thanks for gargleblasting!
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  19. Wonderful last line – love and hope as twins – the perfect combination.
    Sarah Ann recently shared…Damned Lies – #gargleblaster165My Profile

  20. Love this take on the prompt!
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  21. Lovely. I love the lyricism of this:

    Hands clasped
    head bowed
    knees bent to wooden slabs.
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  22. Love the piety inherent in your poem. Nice work, Kir!

  23. Love and hope – yes, they should go hand in hand.
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