What if my grace has left me?

Poem written for the Trifecta: Week Ninety-Three challenge

One-word prompt, where this week’s word is: GRACE
a : a charming or attractive trait or characteristic 
b : a pleasing appearance or effect : charm 
c : ease and suppleness of movement or bearing

What if my grace has left me

No longer mine to show.

Why did you choose to leave me

It’s been so hard to let go

If I could be anyone but me

Maybe you would still be here

Instead it seems I’ll be me

Can’t change who I am I fear

Based on the way you’ve treated me

Grace may have left you as well

Maybe you’re not the one for me

No matter how hard I fell

If in the future you see me

And we pass along the street

You may think about how you hurt me

But see I never accepted defeat

For on the street beside me

A beautiful women will exist

She will be the love of me

Her grace she shares with her kiss

If you are visiting here and interested in another writing challenge please check out my What if writing challenge posted on 9/1/2013.

What if we no longer teach spelling in shcool?

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There is talk of dropping spelling and grammar from our school curriculum because everything is available through the use of technology. In my opinion this is a very bad idea!

How about a what if writing challenge? Anybody interested?

Would any other bloggers be interested in a writing challenge from this blog? I’m thinking about randomly asking a what if question and letting others give their opinions and link back to original post. I’m hoping it could be a fun way to share the challenge and joy of writing about a what if subject.


Will post my first challenge later today and see if I get any takers. Let me know what you think of the idea.