The Poem a Day Challenge invites poets to produce a new work every day during April, so this is an offering for Day 13, which teams up with Tess Kincaid's Mag 164.
Will Love Find a Way?
"It's great overlooking the town!
But say, dearest, why do you frown?"
She replies, "Well, I fear
now that we're up here
I cannot see how we get down."
Spring, 1935 by Kuzma Petrov-Vodin
Succinct, if a trifle worrying! I think I have vertigo in sympathy...ReplyDelete
I never thought of that! And Miladdo in the yellow vest doesn't look like he's up to thinking of it either.Delete
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I think a landslide might occur any minute and solve their problem, judging by the edge of that plateau! Worrying, as Trellissimo already pointed out...ReplyDelete
Loved it! (And a good point, too!)ReplyDelete
Nice rhyme! and yes she could shove him overboard as you suggest- but I fear she might end up against murder!ReplyDelete
And why would they want to get down?ReplyDelete
Well . . she might want to buy a hat that doesn't clash with her dress quite so violently.Delete
ha, ha! Enjoyed this!ReplyDelete
A fun take on the prompt! Reminds me of enjoying the ski lift ride up and then realizing now I have to make my way down!ReplyDelete
Very cute I am so scared of heights there has been times I managed to go up but down was much much worse!ReplyDelete
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Blogger is determined to put my new comment in the wrong place - I give up!ReplyDelete
They might have to roll...ReplyDelete
heh heh heh.......a running jump might be worth a try.....?ReplyDelete
patterns don't free us
Sometimes being on top of the world isn't all it's cracked up to be!ReplyDelete