Please May I?


As a child we played a game called:
“Please may I?”
The leader on the sidewalk said I could take: three giant steps, or five umbrella steps, or two baby steps, or two backward steps.
One was not allowed to begin until asking: “Please may I”
If you forgot, you had to return and begin at the starting place.
What power was given to the leader to design the choreography,
and then grant permission to proceed.
The game was a grand tribute to courtesy
and we learned to interact with respect.
The word “May” is endowed with power.
Perhaps God used it when He created us, thinking: They may obey or disobey.
I want them to choose!!!!

Tongue Twister #41 Intimacy

Photo by Seth Snap


Into me see

Into you see.

Into God see.

Into destiny

Hu mil i ty
Third eye-see.

Glory be!
To see ‘n be free!

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Riddle#23 Sacred

Annika@Aquarium Walthan

The bass is sacred
swimming swiftly
like a streak;
free to be
gills a-sparkle!

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