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Pale as a flower,

That withers before blossoming,

Without having seen a ray of light,

Only darkness stole its way easily near her vicinity.

Conjuring all possibilities,

That could be her life,

As a shooting star whizzes by,

She wishes for possibility of life.

44 words.

Acknowledgements :- Thank you Sadje for running the What do you see challenge #56. The challenge is to use the above picture as an inspiration for your piece. Thank you Whimzygizmo for hosting the Quadrille challenge# 116 at dVerse Poets Pub, the challenge is to use the word, ” possibility” in a poem (quadrille) of exactly 44 words.


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  1. Kitty, your poem starts very strong with the phrase, “pale as a flower that withers before blossoming” in describing the unfortunate woman living in a dark world. It finishes strong with the shooting star bringing a ray of light and hope. So beautifully composed! All the best!

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