GloPoWriMo 3/30

Today’s Airplane Poetry Movement prompt tells me to use the first line of my favourite song to write a poem. I struggle to pick ‘A favourite song’, so I clicked my ‘Favourites’ playlist on Shuffle, and here’s what popped up: ‘Sun and Moon’, by Above & Beyond.

It’s raining, it’s pouring,

And everything around you seems to be falling apart,

Faster than the cookie crumbles,

Into the milk that you’ve dipped it in,

Lost forever.

The sun is a lasting memory,

And no shelter seems close,

Your heart fills with dread.

But fear not, O Braveheart,

For bearing the rain enables you,

To appreciate the warmth of the sun,

And of pleasant weather.

Fear not, O Braveheart,

Instead,

Jump in puddles,

Splash!

And create positive memories of your worst fears,

For that’s all you can do

When your fears become truth.

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