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WordPress Monthly Word Prompt – Bridge

Each month, WordPress.com will be bringing you a single word that serves as a prompt for your writing, your art, your coding — whatever it is that makes you, you. For March, the WordPrompt is: BRIDGE.

Use that word as a jumping-off point to publish a new post, whether you’re a lifestyle blogger or a foodie, a photographer, or a poet. However, you create, be sure to add the tag #WordPrompt to your post and join others on WordPress.com using the prompt. Next month, we’ll share a few of our favorites!

Reena’s Xploration Challenge – PROMPT #221

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Published by Eugi

"Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words." - Robert Frost

26 thoughts on “Wisdom

  1. Lights Above Bridges

    Bridges span our invisible years 
    And carry forgotten fallen tears 
    Crossing over old hidden fears

    Bridges are burnt over time
    Years turn to ashes in an instant
    And time is our only constant  

    Beyond the longest bridges
    Under the ocean’s deepest blue 
    And above nature’s darkest green 
    Love’s evolving hues renew 
    And Aurora lights are on debut


    1. 💖 “Bridges are burnt over time
      Years turn to ashes in an instant
      And time is our only constant ”

      Beautifully written words, Ivor.


      1. Thank you Eugenia …. and there many more sad bidges for us to cross ..

        Splintered Bridges

        Bridges of ancient dreams spanned
        On the wings of the bridled albatross
        Flying over shallow lakes of delta dross

        Bridges crossing from there to where
        Above the worlds fractured rivers
        Meandering from there to here
        Connecting lonely bridal hands
        Of people from far away lands

        Bridges trekked by torn and splintered feet
        And blooded by bomb blasted streets


  2. Some of my favorite bridges remain the old covered bridges in my area. Some of the covered bridges were known as ‘Kissing Bridges, because the young Amish couples in their ‘dating’ open buggies could briefly stop under them for a quick smooch 😀
    Most often too they are single lane, so one has to make sure the other side is clear before crossing.


    1. Covered bridges are interesting. According to Wikipedia, there are many historical covered bridges still in existence. I have memories of them while traveling through Missouri, Tennessee and Virginia.


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