Mystery in Rhymes for Twofold Times
Bear bluesy melodies, sad tunes.
We choose our hues
And lose the clues
When all we seek are blessing’s boons.
For in our mournful moments, light
May disconnect the bleakest blight.
Our saddest sighs
Oft raise our eyes
To those who may to joys invite.
by Henri de Toulouse-Latrec
Posted for a variety of prompts:
Easy Street Prompts (“perfect afternoons”)
Friday Flash-55 (55 words)
Simply Snickers (“blues,” “choose” and “hues”)
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