This may not end.
it might not end well.
Well, it could start,
is likely to achieve a middle of sorts.
Fair to middling.
All’s fair in love, and war,
the victor’s writing the history,
even now, as I write, or speak.
making the same mistakes over and over
Over and out.
I’m signing off here
because, you know,
it may not end at all well.
Last night was Open Link Night over on dVerse! Why not pop on over to revel in all the glorious poetry, and even take part yourself?
I hope you enjoy my (late) offering above.
19 thoughts on “Happy ending? – dVerse Open Link Night #172”
Hey there! Ohhhh… it’s been a long, long, long, while. I only started re-paying attention to my Facebook page yesterday and feeling horrendously guilty for being in absentia.
Oh I think it does end well.. Happy Friday to you, and beware the escalators.
Thank you, Bjorn. Happy Friday to you as well (what’s left of it!).
I loved this Freya the playful nature of your words the thought of things maybe not ending well and at the same time feeling you were very much in charge of leading us on a merry chase.
Thank you, Michael! I was rather enjoying the dance 😉
I thought so😀😀
A poem in the middle. I like it. 🙂
Well I hope it ends well and be careful when you are going down ~ Have a good weekend ~
Thank you Grace! You too
I really liked this…even though things may not end well. It made me think of the political arena (even though it makes me shudder) and just who may end up revising, redevising our country. I’m hoping all ends well…
Thanks for sharing your thoughts through your wonderful poetry.
Hi Gayle – ugh, the political arena over here isn’t that great either… That dreaded word, Brexit springs to mind. It’s a quagmire.i really hope it all ends well…
Love the playful tone of your poem 🙂
Thank you! 😊
The image gave me chills…LOL, I am phobic of escalators and fear being caught in the metal teeth of them. But I liked this poem in the middle. The repetition and leading us along was most excellent!
I’m glad you enjoyed the poem, and I’m sorry that the photo reminded you of your phobia! I’m not a fan of escalators either, to be honest… Thank you for working your way past your fear!
I love how your poem sways 🙂 Eerie photo BTW!