Shoppers for a Dress

Shoppers for a Dress

 

Have you ever been to a mall of ideas;
a place where you try out themes not dresses?
The dressing rooms have emails for padlocks
with editors for mirrors and rejections for sizes!
We are all poets using pens to shape ideas
like dresses to win publishers’ eyes for prizes.

Restrained with lines and times, themes
are hot issues minus politics and personal narratives.
You either ride the wave or forget your dreams
because ticking boxes creates rooms not what ifs.
It seems rejection is success’ coffee cups hiding in failure’s seams.
No surprise there, writing is a road for those who dare:

To spin inspiration’s loom until an idea blooms
into a dress that allures from a pen that consumes
rejection that presumes all shoppers for a dress are fleeting perfumes.

 

FB_IMG_1565199553049

Author’s Notes:
In writing, there’s nothing called period or one size fits all or even black and white for right and wrong. We always hear stories about great writers who were rejected a dozen times before rising into today’s halls of writers’ fame. The moral of all this is that every mind is as unique as every body is unique compared to another and for that every mind must have a dress that fits it perfectly. Not because you haven’t found a mind that can wear your dresses, you are no good. Sometimes the right mind is also desperate to find a dress that fits but hasn’t located where you’re at. Today’s charlie is tomorrow’s spruce, so hitch your wagon to a star and keep your eyes peeled for success’ coffee cups they might just roll out one day from failure’s seams.

#writing #WritingCommunity #failure #creativewriting #success #personalgoals

 

Catch more of Pasithea Chan with her previous posts here. You can also find her brand of poetry on Facebook.

daily revelations the ugly writers

Creative Flow

the ugly writers

the ugly writers

Pasithea Chan
Impressionist who enjoys writing poetry in symbolism laced with philosophy. https://twitter.com/RogueMalachite