Creativity Never Sleeps!


Creativity Never Sleeps

As I scale down the list of contributing poets,

I note early morning hours.

I certainly empathize.

The words, summon you.

Just, as we stare into the candle’s fire, we cannot look away.

Slumber must wait.

Regardless of what the clock portrays, the words seek recognition, and ultimate victory.

We, are, their vessels—friends.

And, what a glorious, responsibility!


  • Author: Dford1 (Offline Offline)
  • Published: January 10th, 2017 09:30
  • Category: Unclassified
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  • WriteBeLight

    Very intuitive of you and very lovely words! Great job!

    • Dford1

      Thank you. I look forward, daily, to the words of others.

      • WriteBeLight

        You are very welcome!

      • Phoenix8523

        I too noticed this. I appreciate you putting it in words and so very well. -- phoenix

        • Dford1

          You're welcome, and thank you for commenting.

        • willyweed

          while drives you crazy
          keep to the write! ww

        • Tony36

          Great write, I wake up in the middle of the night some times, because my mind is working overtime, and the only way to shut it down is to sit up in bed, grab my notebook off the table and write a poem

          • Dford1

            It's a privilege to write. Thank you for your words.

            • Tony36


            • Christina8

              We have a lot of talent here in our MPS community and I too look forward to reading poems. You did a wonderful job with this one!

              • Dford1

                Thank you, very much.

              • P.H.Rose

                This is really very good
                It's absolutely spot on
                I love it... well done...

                • Dford1

                  Thanks for your words.

                • Augustus

                  A tribute to creativity in words for all to hear, for many to identify with, and for many to aspire to its simple beauty.

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