Water ambitionsdaily and tend to damagesencouraging growth
On the other sideOf a little exerciseThe grass is greener
A trip to the storeTurns into a scavenger hunt You pay dearly for
Polished by camp lightFor greater good of mankindRoutines sacrificed ——— I’m missing Stephen, my nail technician and all of the other little luxuries that we must forgo right now to beat covid-19.
If you’re receptiveYou’ll find beauty everywhereAlong beaten paths
Cheers to longer daysShining brightly on eveningsWarming our abode
Mentally exhaustedWe’re physically neglectedIn this together Passing by the timeFollowing the WHO’s biddingFlattening the line RediscoveringA humanitarian’sGenerosity Within our dwellingsOpportunities awaitMake the best of it Let’s get reacquaintedTurn this to our advantageClean out the closets Inspired by Colleen’s 2020 Weekly challenge No. 172, #Poet’sChoice and I spring-boarded from Ritu’s relatable poetry submission.
The sun is shiningOnce again thru clouds of doubtWarming our spirits
I didn’t knowWhere it would goFrom the cornerOf 5th and Grove When the wind blewA chance to chooseThis much I knewInstincts pursued I seldom travelThese streets of battleA life once handledWithout being trampled Mindful on old roadsWhere wildflowers growSowing seeds of hopeIn destitute zones