Write a love poem. Yeah, I said a love poem, or, if you don’t like that option…
Write an anti-love poem. I know there are some haters out there; go ahead and hate on love and/or love poems if that’s your thing.
So if this is your first rodeo, here’s how the “Two for Tuesday” prompt works. You can choose one of the two options; choose both options; and/or blend the two together in some way. Just be sure to write a poem.
by John Yeo
Time stands still, moves ever more slowly
We are basking together in each others serenity.
We have been married now for ten wonderful years
When I first drowned in your sapphire blue eyes.
We get closer together as our minds converge,
Growing ever more unified as our minds coalesce
Time brings unity and understanding of one another,
First a friend, then a partner, now my wife.
Always my lover.
Copyright (c) Written by John Yeo ~ All rights reserved
Written for Robert Lee Brewer’s Poetic asides blog on “Writers Digest”