Finding clever words that roll from silver tongues
And light the sky like peppered fireworks
Dazzling the excited crowds that gather far below,
That is want I want to do with parcels of
My syllables that spread before the readership
And show them what reverberates inside my golden soul.
I always feel really jealous of writers that are quoted over and over again. I see their amazing words that can be lifted from their work and applied to so many aspects of life, and I think, why couldn’t I have written that?
Charles Bukowski appears a lot, and then there’s JK Rowling, and not forgetting Maya Angelou. There are so many others but their words echo across the internet and sink into our hearts when we are feeling downcast and uncomfortable in life.
They make the rest of us wonder why we’re not as inspired as they are. Where do these words come from? Are they sent down by angels, and whispered into ears while they sleep? Or are they just a little bit cleverer than me?
Whatever the secret to their magic may be, I wish that I could have a little of it sprinkled over me this Christmas. I never want my face to be recognised in the streets but I would feel honoured to know that my words have healed.
5 thoughts on “on being quotable”
“I wish that I could have a little of it sprinkled over me this Christmas” – Rachel Patient & Kind.
And I’ll add these words that I find quotable: “I never want my face to be recognised in the streets but I would feel honoured to know that my words have healed.”
A Bird With
A Soul Of
oF LiGHT Complete
Gift For All Free
SoULS ALiKE NoW
This Love So Free🍃
I wish I were the Christmas Fairy that I could grant you that. ✨✨✨✨✨