Daddy Issues: Poetry Prompt

Next Sunday is Father’s Day in the United States. Let’s talk about some father/daughter, father/son relationships. They can be as dysfunctional as you want or not at all. Memories of two characters, memories of your own, a pretend or real scenario, a sketch of the father you’d like to be one day, of the father you are…the list goes on. Let your imagination be your guide. I’m so interested in seeing what you guys come up with!

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10 thoughts on “Daddy Issues: Poetry Prompt

  1. The last rambling words of a father

    My son, do not despond!
    These are your ages!
    None to a second,
    While chaos is young and still emerges…
    Be kind to respond
    To what chronicled the sages!
    Under rusted dawn’s bond
    Golden witchcraft rages –
    The raven’s wings abscond
    His mortal wreckages;
    Resurrect with the emerald diamond,
    And cast them in chimeric cages…
    To entrap in laces of beyond
    Seek the muffin god! To her do the pledges!
    Awaken the soul’s immortal vagabond
    Wielding a tainted quill from the mages…

    ©15 June 2015 Vlad Teodor Petcu @ Visele unui insomniac
    http://viseleunuiinsomniac.blogspot.ro/2015/06/the-last-rambling-words-of-father.html

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