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Poets Are Made of Many Things

written by: Gayl Wright

@GaylWright

 

What makes a poet?

Hugs and kisses
Music and prayer
Happiness and joy

Magic and majesty
Hearts and circles
Squares and triangles

Green grass and flowers
Children and animals
Walking and running

Porch swings and wind chimes
Hens and lizards, cats and dogs
Clouds, trees and sunshine

Conversations and tea time
Laughing and crying
Listening and speaking

Thinking and pondering
Reading and singing
Happiness and joy

Love and gentleness
Living and dying
Beginning anew

What makes a poet?

Gayl Wright

Gayl Wright

Gayl Wright makes her home in upstate South Carolina. Married for 42 years, mother of 7, grandmother of 14, she is a seeker of truth who looks for beauty in ordinary things. She can often be found sitting on the hillside or relaxing on the porch swing. She loves to explore new areas of creativity as she writes for her blog, composes poems, dabbles in her art journal or captures images with photography.
Gayl Wright

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