The Summer of Braids


This is the summer of braids and bare feet;
We manage somehow to survive the heat.
 
Maybe some shifts in the shimmering line
Assure us we’re well, and all will be fine.
 
Maybe it’s magic, and maybe it’s not,
But suddenly things don’t seem quite so hot.
 
We look in the mirror, knowing we must,
And find we have enough faith to trust
 
That whatever comes again we can face
As long as our fingers reach out for grace.

 
 
Poem © 2020 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
 
More The Whirligig #279
 
More Writers’ Pantry #33 at Poets and Storytellers United

 

Posted on August 16, 2020, in Poets & Storytellers United, Rhyming poetry and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.

  1. Grace is something I very much pray for.

  2. Lovely midsummer meditation.

  3. We can face all sorts of things when we have something hold on to. So, may our grip be stay strong.

  4. Lisa at Greenbow

    It is difficult to put a positive spin on the heat of summer but you have managed to to do it.

  5. I love the “summer of braids” and the reaching out for grace! Wonderful.

  6. Beverly Crawford

    GRACE. May there be more of it.

  7. Sadly so many of us around the world think that the world revolves around them and will break every rule and sanction because they can. It is winter in Australia now and hopefully when that is over we’lll see if we eliminate Covid for good.

  8. A good way to live through Summer. Happy Sunday

    Much💝love

  9. You made me smile, and possibly a glimmer of hope poked through.

  10. we look in the mirror knowing we must – sigh! This is a good mantra for this summer.

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