Inside the Mind of Davy D
Where Words and Worlds Collide in Poetry
November 6, 2016
Abandoned, Charity, Coins, Hillsong United, Homeless, November Notes, Pavement, Poetry, Senryu, Soul, Street, Street Called Mercy
Written for November Notes hosted by Rosema at A Reading Writer and Sarah at Heartstring Eulogies.
Day 6 Music Prompt: Street Called Mercy by Hillsong United.
oh my, Davy!!! you captured the beauty of the song in just three lines. wow. wow.
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Thank you Rosema. Your kind words are as always greatly appreciated 🙂
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always welcome, Davy!
Oh, oh my heart, this is so beautiful and deeply touching, Davy. So much packed into 3 lines.
Thank you Delyn. Your kind words and comments are greatly appreciated 🙂
You’re always most welcome–every comment is 100% sincere and well-deserved, Davy! 🙂
Thank you Delyn 🙂
Most welcome always, Davy!
A three lines poem filled with a dozen of emotions…well done Davy..
Thank you Mich. Your kind words and comment is much appreciated 🙂
As always a fan i am..
Damn. This is great. You and Rosema are killing this.
Thank you Devereaux. I am glad you are enjoying the poems and thanks for taking time out to comment 🙂
No problem Davy
Oh my! This is perfect. It’s beyond beautiful 🙂 I agree with Devereaux Frazier 🙂
Thank you NJ. Your kind words are very appreciated 🙂
You are most welcome 🙂
You did such a great job with this one!
Thank you Sarah. Your kind words are appreciated.
So beautiful, Davy. And it says so much. I think of busy feet shuffling along and the cold indifference of the city and humanity. But then, the coins, and there is hope – even when it lies on something that seemingly disconnects us from ourselves and nature. That left me with powerful imagery.
Thank you Laura. Another reflection from my policing days in London. Over the 30 years I had many dealings with people living on the streets. It was heart rending how, what we would class as minimal, could help them. I appreciate the insightful comment.
I agree with Laura. At times, what may seem insignificant and small to us means the world to somebody else. Excellent and profound piece, D.
Thank you Maria. I appreciate your kind words and insight 🙂
Thank you Kavita. Your time and comment is greatly appreciated 🙂
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