A Riddle

Silhouettes and shadows tell tales
Bending light makes colors emerge
A lightning sword cuts through an opaque sky
Twilight softens our eyes

Today at dVerse there is no prompt word,  rather a poem that explains a feeling,  concept or idea without telling what it is. What do you think?

About Mary (tqhousecat)

I am a wife and a mother of two grown children. I love Jesus and sharing my faith through written words. I currently have a poetry blog and also write on medium.com. My main focus is hope in Christ. I only wish that whoever reads this will be blessed, inspired and occasionally amused.
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15 Responses to A Riddle

  1. Waltermarks says:

    I’ll guess a thunderstorm at twilight, but I’m not sure

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  2. sanaarizvi says:

    I am guessing your poem refers to telling truth/lies… perhaps a sudden realization that occurs. I especially love the image of “twilight softens our eyes”… Its an incredibly brilliant write!💖

    PS: My blog is re-activated. I had to pay WordPress monthly bill…. sigh…💖

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  3. rothpoetry says:

    A beautiful calm evening. Heat lightning brings no rain! Love the sword of light!

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  4. Frank Hubeny says:

    I liked the sound and sense of that third line.

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  5. To me there is so much hope in your colorful words…

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    • Thank you for this comment. My poem is about perspective. Hope is my word for the last 4 years and my acronym for hope is Having Our Perspective Enlarged, so I am happy you see hope in my words!


  6. How we see things, discernment

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  7. Grace says:

    Hope and thankfulness at the end of the day.


  8. This poem was about perspective. What a wonderfully challenging prompt! And what different perspectives all had on it!


  9. MNL says:

    Intriguing poem and fun to read all the variety on the interpretations.


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