Finding the Silver Linings: A Roundabout

Clouds, Sky, Sun, Rays, Silver, Lining

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When times pass by without a hope
Bringing many despair
By tempests tossed
All seemed as lost
Bringing many despair

Amid such trials – chances rare
Have on our paths near crossed
Spirits lifting
Nature’s gifting
Have on our paths near crossed

We to our troubles give reposte
Sorrows away drifting
Helping to cope
Offering hope
Sorrows away drifting

Our memories now uplifting
Joyful – no need to mope
Without a care
Happiness there
Joyful – no need to mope

 

Padre

 

Saturday Mix – Lucky Dip, 18 April 2020: Roundabout Poems

“The Roundabout is a four stanza poem, with each stanza consisting of 5 lines. The poem is written in iambic and the lines have 4 feet, 3 feet, 2 feet, 2 feet and 3 feet respectively. The rhyme scheme is abccb/bcddc/cdaad/dabba. Roundabouts can be on any subject.”

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