Acrid is the smoke sliding down our throats
Choking the lungs of many
Raging are the persistent flames upon the bush and homes
Incinerating are the fierce forest fires
Destruction and death visits our land among the daring fire fighters
Simon C.J. Falk 21 December 2019
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Rejected – An Acrostic
Rejected by a love
Ejected then in pain
Jarring to the brain
Ending of a love
Can it have been real?
Try as they may feel
Empty now of care
Does living look like despair?
Simon C.J. Falk 15 December 2018
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Peace for a Post-it Wall
One of our schools was making a wall of wishes in the shape of a conifer tree (for some of us, this means a Christmas Tree). This acrostic was my contribution.
Simon C.J. Falk 15 December 2016
Ticking and tocking in its metered way,
In and through our lives.
Moments become memories,
En route to eternity.
Pink Floyd recorded it in a ‘Dark Side of the Moon’ song. Mitch Albom wrote of it in his fictitious fable, The Time Keeper. My acrostic above muses around it. How do we experience time?
Simon C.J. Falk 6 August 2016
The steady, soft rain during last night was pretty special to experience.
Simon C.J. Falk 20 July 2016
Simon C.J. Falk 16 July 2016