No-Budge Sludge

underground AmitaiAsif

Photo: Amitai Asif

 

There is sludge

That won’t budge

There is gumming of parts

So the muck

Becomes stuck

As so many now fudge

And prefer to hold grudge

‘Stead of clearing the gunk

Of those who claim truth is junk

Who treat lies

As their prize

And demise

As new highs.

 

 

For The Daily Post

Atmosphere

cold AmitaiAsif

Photo: Amitai Asif

 

It’s the light

It’s the mood

It’s the tone

In the air

It’s the frowning

Of brows

And the cold

Atmosphere

It’s the half-frozen

Words

And the

Brrr

Everywhere.

 

 

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Mushroom Remedy

green shrooms AmitaiAsif

Photo: Amitai Asif

 

When problems seem to swell up

Overnight

And worry gives a boon

To fret and fright

It can help to remind

That while some puffy mushrooms

Do hold spite

Many are more air

Than actual might.

 

 

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The Kitchen Sink

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Photo: Scott Umstattd via Unsplash

 

The house snored and stomachs sighed content

But pots and pans and ladle, towel, bowl and plate

Slept not a wink awaiting dawn inside the kitchen sink …

 

For Three Line Tales Week 94

Experimentalist

target practice belly style

Photo: Smadar Halperin-Epshtein

 

If the distance’s too far

And the winning too tempting

There is always the tummy

To improve odds

Of aiming.

 

 

For The Photo Challenge

Dubious Maximus

contemplative snowman TzurGedalyaMoriah

Photo: Tzur Gedalya Moriah

 

One cannot argue doubting

He who violated trust before.

Suspicion is a justified insurance

So he cannot to do this anymore.

Smoke and mirrors will not mask

Acts the decent do deplore.

Deflecting will melt in the light of day

As Truth now won’t ignore.

 

 

For The Daily Post

Even In The Blackest!

 

DownUnder Stars AtaraKatz

Photo: Atara Katz

 

Even in the blackest night

There’s hope

In sight,

There’s light.

 

 

As addendum to this prompt I want to add news of amazing breakthrough research that is offering tangible hope to people with spinal cord injuries, who till now may have had little light at the end of their dark tunnels. Who knows — soon they may be able to get up again and walk!

Scientists use stem-cells to make paralyzed rats walk again!

(I’m doubly excited for this remarkable news because the co-leader scientist in this research, Professor Shulamit Levenberg, is my sister!)

 

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Temporarily Forever

Almond bloom AmitaiAsif

Photo: Amitai Asif

 

The tender bloom stays but few days

Yet made of atoms forged

In times

Before eons,

And will remain

As it transforms

To almond, seed, tree, earth, person:

All life’s

Ions.

 

 

For The Photo Challenge