Challenge WQWWC

#WQWWC – Innocence

How do you begin to write about innocence in the midst of guilt? It’s WQWWC with Colleen

©2016. Frances Kelvin Otung. All rights reserved

By imanikel

...a fresh slate or paper is a delight to behold, it practically beckons to me...begging to be utilized! With eyes that see and appreciate beauty in the midst of a crazy scenery...hands swift to pen what my 'wonder-filled' mind conjures! My name is Frances

6 replies on “#WQWWC – Innocence”

Frances, I love your words about innocence. Yes, deep down you do have an amazing child-like wonder that peeks through your poetry. I love these words: “… some bear it as a name that gives them fame, underneath are loads of hidden shame…” so poignant… ❤ I can feel those words.

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Someone called it “stones” and I replied that I was just being poetically free. I guess it hit home.
I try to write normal, sweet loving poems, but sometimes it just comes out like that – the way it really is…and I felt good. LOL
Thank you for always ❤

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