D-verse prosery 10th April

Today at D-verse, Mish asks us to use the following line in a piece of prose, to be 144 words long.

“The seed of a poem lay dormant in my heart.”

~ from “Winged Words”, Valsa George

I sat on my bed staring off into space.

Thoughts whirled around my mind. I couldn’t shake them no matter how hard I tried.

I was getting more and more stressed out by the minute.

Suddenly, without warning, it happened.

The seed of a poem lay dormant in my heart.

I got out my laptop and began to write, and I wrote and wrote for the next 10 minutes until I finished the poem.

There, I said, it is done, and I feel happier.

Prosery: Valsa George-“The Accidental Poet” | dVerse (dversepoets.com)

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

34 thoughts on “D-verse prosery 10th April”

  1. Hi Carol Anne… Happy (______________) — fill in the blank with whatever you are celebrating this time of year. Nice writing my friend… 👍🏼🙂✌🏼🫶🏼

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