June 26. Twenty-six Words. by Susan Cowger 11 Comments Pain is a glass angel directing the soul, a glint of fire, when the heel comes down… small tinks scattered on the pavement… so you stop. * One Stop Poetry
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Susan Cowger says
Thank you, Terry.
What a wonderful and unique blog, my friend.
ouch. it must be trying to tell us something…
I think that angels do warn you in anyway that can stop you. The many stories of 9/11 told of how obstacles were put in so many people's way that morning – keeping them from the planes, getting them out of planned meetings, having cars break down. In my own life, I wonder often about when I inadvertently forget something, or shoelaces break – is that stopping some catastrophe; are my angels looking out for me.
That's what it says to me so cleverly and concisely. Well done!
ooh painful! Great imagery.. 🙂
Craig and Bethany says
Stopping — the price of admission. Quite a statement in our world.
And the glass angel image, brilliant.
Lovely, interesting about your use of words to days of the month….bkm
Brian Miller says
ouch…vivid in imagery…yeah, pain two ways…for the angel and the heal…nice…