My Companions

Words are my companions,
I take them everywhere:
Stone and pine and blackbird,
Porcupine and bear.
Words are my companions,
I hug them to myself:
Fork and spoon and teacup,
Honey, pantry, shelf.
Words are my companions,
I treasure every one;
Verbs and prepositions
Roll right off my tongue
Along with a salacious
Adjective or two;
Words are my companions—
I love what they can do!

Poem © 2021 by Magical Mystical Teacher

Posted on April 7, 2021, in Uncategorized and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. I like the way you have contrasted the forest words in verse one with the homely words in verse two.

  2. And I love what you do with them! This was a delight to read.

  3. This was such a pleasure to read!

  4. Beverly Crawford

    I ADORE this, of course. I recognize another wordaholic when I hear one! Well said.

  5. I am sure everyone will agree with you here as we are all slave in expessiving ourselves with them.

  6. And what better companionship could there be? I am sure they love you.

  7. Hoorah for words – they are indeed good companions!

  8. And you are a wonderful wordsmith!

  9. I especially like how you “hug” words. Definitely a relatable piece!

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