One word obsession #poetry

Lost, Mindless lines – tap, tap. Stencil

Word graffiti with a pencil.

Always same, name, same, game

A cliché with no counter-claim.

Obtrusive. Can’t move on. Turn back so long,

When was the last time? Something wrong.

One word. One proclamation. One script.

The page pressed deep, the pen ripped.

Verified, no abbreviation. Agitation. Frustration.

Mind numbing concentration.

Only this precise letting is enough.

I’ll give you a tip, it rhymes with dove.

Easy spelling, complicated meaning

Far fetched, wider than california dreaming.

Cherished, passionate adoration

What word evokes this sensation?

It can only be …

Love.

loveGraffiti

I have an obsession with the word – Love.  So I put it in a poem. The above picture I did with Inkscape. Similar grafitti was found in my Math books. It’s now found on my deskpads. Sketchpads.

It’s been a while since I took to poetry…

This post links to a month’s long daily blogging challenge, during November. See who else has signed up to be a Little Pepper HERE. It’s called NANO POBLANO / NaBloPoMo.

NanoPoblano 2017

About the Author

profile-pic-2Sarina often sat on the peaks of the dunes of Southern Africa watching the ocean tide drift in. A daydreamer, often dreaming up stories for lands somewhere over the rainbow. She is a mother, a wife, a blogger and an overall creative spirit. Above all, she is a human being.

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4 thoughts on “One word obsession #poetry

  1. Excellent poem. Love is a wonderful word but to truly make it special when including it in a poem or acrostic form, there is a need to evoke plenty of other images with it and that is why your poem is both unique and passionate. My favourite line is the one that says “Far fetched, wider than California dreaming.” I immediately thought of the song, which makes the poem evocative of pleasant moods of love too 🙂

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