Trifecta Challenge – ‘Dwell’ -Poem-

Note… I see I’m too late with this entry. I thought it was the weekend one….oh well…Did it anyway
Trifecta challenge: Write between 33 and 333 words using the word dwell with following definition

Would that it were so

That all could choose their path

Of how their lives would be

For love instead of wrath.

Meals for every day

Shelter from the storms

Someone to share their dreams

Where hope within them forms.

We who have the choice

On many of these things

Choose not to realize

The goodness that life brings.

Instead we choose sometimes

To dwell on what we lack

Let’s try instead to see

And bring our visions back.

Back to when we knew

What life we had in mind

For us and those we love

And hope that we can find.

Life is really short

To look at how we’ve failed

Instead let’s view the joy

That oft’ are blessings veiled.

8 thoughts on “Trifecta Challenge – ‘Dwell’ -Poem-

  1. It’s so true, how often we miss seeing just how much we have to be thankful for because we are dwelling on the bits that are not so good! We only have right now, and we can choose to be thankful for our blessings, or to spend right now miserable. Thank you for the reminder xx


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