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Daisy not a death sentence

D utifully fights death with hope
A ccepts pain will help shed its old purpose
I n light it seeks for a rebirth – instincts prevail
S adness embrace – for loss will lead to freedom
Y esterday is a forget me not – a death sentence.

Hope

We all have a different interpretation of what the word hope means to us.

To want something to happen or to be true, and usually have a good reason to think that it might

The Cambridge dictionary definition of hope.
So I’ve decided to think about what the word Hope means to me.

Hope is the ability to see the silver lining in one’s darkest moments.
Hope is about having the strength to hold on to a belief that no matter how scary and overwhelming life can be at times -we can get through those moments because we have done before.
Hope is holding into the belief that we can get better. We can grow and achieve our goals, dreams, and become the person we want to or aspire to be.
We all find different meanings in words. There is no wrong answer. 

I decided to start writing ✏️ down words that I associate with the word Hope

  • Trust
  • Life
  • Goals
  • Opportunities
  • Achieving
  • Honesty
  • Love
  • Truth
  • Family
  • My daughter
  • Friends
  • Desire
  • Action
  • Education
  • Humanity
  • Creative outlets
  • Growth
  • Confidence
  • Emotions
  • Dreams
  • Fears

  • Here is 3-minute Acrostic poem I wrote about hope 🙏

    H ear heavenly angels descent.
    O pen ears; wings in full flight.
    P assion stirred; Fears dissolve.
    E motions soar; new day begun.

    Regrets

    Render me unfaithful

    Eternal sin stains noir shades on my skin

    grief knocks at my door with a leash in his hand

    reads me my rights, instructions of the feelings I will parade with a down cast glare remember this moment of shame – remember the touch of the unfamiliar intimacy

    Emotions torn from the sacred part Please don’t stare

    Turn your eyes away -oh shame sit down I have lost my dignity – the grace to care

    sinners are the reason the saints are adorned with absolute conviction in Believers prayers

    Acrostic poetry -Daisy

     

    D utifully fights death with hope

    A ccepts pain will help shed its old purpose

    I n light it seeks for a rebirth – instincts prevail

    S adness embrace – for loss will lead to freedom

    Y esterday is a forget me not – a death sentence.

    Filly, mare,stallion -acrostic

    HORSES

    My 7-year-old daughter’s version

    H ow the horses smell like a barn

    Our horses like to trot

    Realise something, where a horse comes into your house

    Sour horses get sick

    Elephant came to talk to Mrs Horse

    Sour horses run for water after drinking sour juice

     

    My husband’s version

    Heavy is the head that wears the mane

    Over hedges, one did ride

    Rivers & Meadows one did trot

    Sugar cubes are such delight

    Ever a field an old man strolled

    Such is the life of a horse so old.

     

    My version

    Have you ever fled from a nightmare?

    Or realised that your slumber is your living yoke?

    Rode more knights than kings or Queens?

    Evade the question. hoping to secure your pedigree

    Signed off with a neighbours kiss.