Opportunity, To evaluate your week, And to finish strong. © Levi Wooten, 2022
Category Archives: Poetry
Take time to listen. Don't wait for your turn to speak, Experience, peace. © Levi Wooten, 2022
Overcome challenge The first step is difficult The outcomes, amazing © Levi Wooten, 2022
One who overcomes This state that is hard to solve Is who I'll become. © Levi Wooten, 2022
I am Terrified, But I keep my head held high With God and Family © Levi Wooten, 2022
Be the person…
Be the person that is inconspicuous when you are existent, but is also conspicuous when you are nonexistent. © Levi Wooten, 2020
Haikus have three lines, Five, seven, five syllables. Haiku is finished. © Levi Wooten, 2020
Snow in Arkansas
Snow, quarter of an inch. Twenty in a seventy, They are from the south. © Levi Wooten, 2019
Flowers primary objective are to look pretty.
Hidden abilities include attracting insects,
To help pollinate other surround plants.
Perhaps to provide a safe haven for a creature from the rain.
Providing someone a chance,
To pause and see the good things in their day.
Allowing their friends to be gather together,
To show sympathy from one person to another.
Or even to say I'm sorry for what I did,
So here are 12 roses that I bought that will die soon,
But for now look how pretty they are,
And that they smell amazing.
When you feel that you are not going anywhere,
Just remember you might be a flower.
That little reminder to someone that there is good in the world,
Someone who can draw people near to help others,
A shelter in someones life when they are going though a storm.
If you are a flower,
Be prepared for someone to come you,
Pick you from you area you are comfortable in.
So they can take you home,
Be handed to someones spouse,
And hear the words,
"Sorry I forgot our anniversary again, here's a bouquet of Levi's."
Yes it may not be the prettiest bouquet,
It will still bring a simile in someones life.
© Levi Wooten, 2019
Image by S. Hermann & F. Richter from Pixabay
When creating list
It's needed for clarity
That's why I use them
© Levi Wooten, 2019