Delivery

Posted: November 13, 2015 in Uncategorized

Miz Quickly 13: Word – DELIVER

From feeble first stirrings

to agonizing birth

I pushed each word

I pushed

until it crowned

labored more

then it arrived

a bouncy poem.

It cried with a lusty

voice and thrived.

(This is reworked from an older poem.)

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Comments
  1. A very evocative delivery. Excellent metaphor.

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  2. Misky says:

    Very clever, Debi. I really like your use of metaphors in this one.

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  3. barbcrary says:

    I love this, Debi! Although I only had Caesarean sections. Maybe that explains something about my poems. (I rather hope not. 🙂 )

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  4. Birthing a poem can be so difficult. Having never given birth, I can only appreciate one side of the wonderful metaphor.
    “Attended the births of animals,” she said, “including being the mid-wife for a sow. But missed out on being more than an observer. I do struggle to deliver, but nothing as incredible as a tiny life.”

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  5. julespaige says:

    Fun –
    How quickly we forget the …pain 😉

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