Thank you, Melanie for featuring my golden shovel poem in the If I series.
If I Ponder
by Veronica Hosking
If I ponder A Question
To read a poem inside a
poem, trying to echo voice
looking at what another said
I mean sit down and really look
Can you truly see me?
Words are written on the page in
a frenzy, thoughts spill out the
question posed, gazing at the stars
I am not confident they will tell
the truth so I look inside me
Is it possible to truly
know all the thoughts men
will voice over coffee of
all the poems written on earth
Powerful two letters holds all
we have ever pondered in the
cosmos, we tremble soul-and-body
lingering on what-ifs scars
There are many people who were
consumed contemplating verse, not
one poet questioned life or love too
If Rudyard Kipling failed to
write of more what loss we’d pay
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2 thoughts on “If I Ponder, poem by Veronica Hosking (IF I Poetry and Prose Series poem)”
apt twist of words.
way to go.