Cues of a Muse

Amassing words
Boil in a frenzy
One on top of another
Illusory bursts

Slow to a simmer
Bottleneck
Engines idling in wait
Even tempered

Aromatic appetite
Thickens
Extract the good
All worth the wait

Open link night at Dversepoetspub.com.  A poem compiled by a developing theme this week fits in well.

 

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About Mary (tqhousecat)

I am a wife and a mother of two grown children. Recently I have begun writing a couple of blogs. One poetry and one on hope. I only wish that whoever reads this will be blessed, inspired and occasionally amused. Soon to be added is another blog...writings on hope from a biblical perspective. Now it can be seen at purplepandasandotherphenomena.blogspot.com. please feel free to visit.
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8 Responses to Cues of a Muse

  1. Frank Hubeny says:

    I like the progression: frenzy, simmering, thickening and then “Extract the good”.

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  2. Good morning Mary, what a blessing your poem is to me this morning. I needed this reminder “its worth the wait”. Thank you my dear sister in Christ.

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  3. V.J. Knutson says:

    “All worth the wait” – love the metaphor you have built here, Mary – very effective.

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  4. Mish says:

    Enjoyed all the descriptive verbs…this muse was busy.

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  5. Somehow i imagine poetry to be a bit like cooking… to simmer it down to a concentrated fist of a sauce.

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  6. Anita says:

    The reward of patience! All will be fine- just wait & it’ll make sense 🙂
    Zero Tolerance For Misinformation – Anita

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