“Morning Prescription”



(Poetry Challenge 3)

 “You should see the sun this morning!

Which pain pill do you need, it’s seven?”

The blushing-pearly roses blurry

Seemed frostbitten~


My hardcore, petulant pain, yawning

Up, down, and, across the visible inches

Of my dawn-dipped eye

While she spooned the prescription~


(Some things cannot meld by rhyming)

5 Comments to ““Morning Prescription””

  1. rhyming is optional — liked this.

  2. I like the flow of the poem 🙂

  3. Deborah, could you put the site where you found the picture, we have to do this.

    • Harrry its not a site where my pics come from, they are just pic found in magazines or friends that send me. I’ll add no pictures from now on. Sorry ~Debbie

      • Thats ok about where you get the photos, its just that if you get one from a web site of any kind you must give that site credit, there are other authors doing it as well your not the only one i ask.
        I lost a very successful site years ago because i did not know about this rule.
        Anyway keep putting photos into your poems.

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