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NaPoWriMo: Day 7- A gift I’d give me

The prompt for the day is also inspired by McKibbens, who posted these thoughts on her Twitter account a few months back:

What do you deserve? Name it. All of it. What are you ready to let go of? Name that too. Then name the most gentle gift for yourself. Name the brightest song your body’s ever held. Summon joy like you would a child; call it home. It wanders, yes. But it’s still yours.

Today, we’d like to challenge you to write a poem of gifts and joy. What would you give yourself, if you could have anything? What would you give someone else?


My poem for today

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If I could gift you anything

I would give you

a gift worthy of you

and one that I would want for me too!

If I could gift you anything

I would give you –

a cloud to float your troubles away,

and shower you with peace to last all day

I would give you-

a rainbow, bright and cheerful to tread on

and a box of the choicest blessings for every dawn.

If I could gift you anything

I would give you-

a map to end your strife and confusion

and a compass to reach your heart’s destination

I would give you-

an elixir to good health

and the magic potion to find your true wealth.

If I could gift you anything

I would give you-

a key to find your passion

and strength to make it happen

I would give you-

a steel of resolve to rise if you fall

and courage I’d breathe into your soul.

I’d wrap every gift

With care and a promise not to drift-

To be the ear when you need to talk

and if you ever falter, to be your rock.

A ribbon of strength I’d tie around,

Perfume it with faith unbound

And sign it off…with all my love.

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12 Comments »

    • Thank you Rob for your lovely comment. I’m so glad you liked the poem. It was difficult making time to write on a weekend but finally did it. Welcome to NaPoWriMo and to my blog.😊

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