Maybe Someday

Raindrops wash off salty tears,
moonlit skies absorb deep fears.
Happiness fills hollow hearts,
stagnant sorrows soon depart.

Open eyes always find truth,
every day bring gifts of youth.
Judgments slip as poise stands tall,
perseverance captures falls.

Sweet words wrap innocent ears,
kindness guides stories they hear.
Lessons gained keep each day smart,
joyful times encourage starts.

Every encounter is true,
nature paints powerful views.
Up above, mottled sky page,
captures pain, troubles, numb rage.

Friendly voices answer calls,
life becomes a splendid ball.
Imaginations create,
shiny steps that lead to fate.

Bright rainbows glisten ahead,
chase away darkness and dread.
Obstacles instantly clear,
harmony guides future years.

– Grace Y. Estevez – Reddy

Moonwashed Weekly Challenge #167 – October 31, 2023
Prompt – Mottled Sky Page

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  1. I just read George Macdonald’s the Golden Key to my kids. The last two lines of you poem intentionally or not play with his imagery. Wonderful thank you!

  2. What a beautiful poem! It’s a reminder that life has its ups and downs, but there’s always hope, happiness, and resilience to be found. Thank you for sharing this uplifting piece dear Grace ❀

  3. Bright rainbows glisten ahead,
    chase away darkness and dread…
    A very soothing and inspiring poem, Grace! Enjoyed it πŸ˜ŠπŸ’–

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