Photo by David Clode on Unsplash See MicroPoem 118 post first, then you’ll understand this: carrots and pan –> parrots and can
Photo by Scott Walsh on Unsplash See MicroPoem 118 post first, then you’ll understand this: fox and bunnies —> box and funnies
Photo by Zach Reiner on Unsplash See MicroPoem 118 post first, then you’ll understand this: Hey kid, look out! —> Hey lid, kook out!
Photo by Chandler Cruttenden on Unsplash Ever since I was a teenager, I liked to swap the first one or two letters of two words to make funny or odd new phrases. These switches might not make legitimate words but phonetically, it works out somehow. Example: Pickle Soup –> Sickle Poup (Poop) I know that…
I’m Melissa Bevil I like to do things so That I won’t stand out, Like wear muted colors
I’m Jonathon Bevil I do things to stand out So others say, “He’s special.” And say things a little too colorful
For their appearances for baptism at the river, Sloane didn’t care, but Sawyer fixed her hair.
71 steps down from the hammocks There is a floatable boat dock where You’ll find quite an amazing view for you To go yourself to walk, to sit, and to peruse
Photo by Ralph Katieb on Unsplash Ah, to soar in the sky and not have to fly Merely obliged to have the wind drive you
Photo by Tyler Callahan on Unsplash Worshipping, I try to find the notes of the Spirit You know, the rhythm, harmony and ghost notes But I also quiet myself to discover the Spirit’s note That is bold at times and otherwise faintly present