Sharing John's Response for this Weekly Word Prompt on Puzzles.
Here is the link:
https://hubpages.com/literature/The-Jig … ut-Puzzles
He dedicates the first two to Brenda and Ron.
Great response John as always! Your muse never fail to amaze us. I hope it never disappoint you too from here onwards.
Gianella, thank you so much for sharing the link. I appreciate your kind words and am glad you enjoyed these poems.
Very creative and mesmerizing poetry, John. I loved them all. Now I know I would feel good for the rest of day. I may even try some creative writing. Thank you for the awesome share.
Thanks, Gianella, for sharing John's article.
Hello Rosina. I am happy these poems made you feel good. Thank you for the generous comment. I look forward to reading whatever creative writing you do.
A wonderful dedication to Brenda and Ron and a good response to this week's word prompt, John. Beautiful poems. I enjoyed reading all of them. The quotes are also good. My muse is yet to come up with something. Have a great weekend, stay blessed. Thanks for sharing John's inspiring work, Gianella.
What a wonderful read, in response to the word prompt, Puzzle!
Well expressed poems, with deep and insightful thoughts. Life indeed is a jigsaw of puzzles, and you did your best in explaining this, creatively.
Nice dedication to Brenda and Ron. I do believe that writing and reading is therapeutic. I hope, it helps to heal Brenda too.
Thank you Gianella for sharing John’s excellent work.
You have hardly left anything left to write on puzzles lol. A very extensive collection of poetry on “Puzzle”. Loved them all and that’s how it is always. Thank you for lovely poems and thank you, Gianella, for sharing.
That's what got me thinking too Farah, what's more to write and explore on the word prompt 'puzzle'? John has increased the level of difficulty to an extreme higher level LOL. That's the perks of being one of the firsts responses. Got to squeeze more creative juices. I'm sure there is more to write. Just believe in your muse. Think out of the box and see what's more to explore than what the naked eye sees.
it's my first time sharing your word prompt response John. I took the chance once I've read it. It's a rare opportunity. And you're always welcome.
Glad you enjoy the poems like I did Rosina and Farah. Good luck on writing the response if you do. Gonna work on mine too.
Let's keep praying for Ron's soul and that may God give all the strength and support Brenda needs to get through in these difficult times.
God bless us all.
A beautiful collection of poems, John. Marvelous poetry along with some very lovely quotes. A nice dedication to our well-deserving friend, Brenda. When we care for someone, we want to take away all their sorrow or, at the very least, we try to ease it somewhat. Hopefully, this tribute will do the same for our wonderful and courageous friend, Brenda. You are a very thoughtful friend, John. May God continue to bless you abundantly. Ameen!
I loved all of your poems in response to the word prompt, ‘Puzzle’ but I especially enjoyed the second poem ‘ The Maze of No Return’. I also agree with the quote you shared by Alina Radoi. Thank you so much for sharing.
Thank you, Gianella for sharing John’s Brilliant hub.
Take care and stay healthy. Happy weekend!
I enjoyed reading all of your poem about puzzles, John. This is a terrific response to Brenda's prompt. You covered this word prompt in several ways, which is very clever. I had thought about using crossword puzzles, but you have already done that quite well. I liked that poem.
Thank you for posting John's poetry Ginealla.
Thanks, Gianella, for sharing John's brilliant pieces he wrote about the word puzzle. He is a wordsmith extraordinaire! I am so sorry to hear about Ron losing his life to cancer, and my heart goes out to Brenda. May she find solace knowing that so many people care about her. Sending virtual hugs and love.
John has created an interesting and enjoyable group of poems about puzzles. The first one describes the feeling of not fitting in very well. Thank you for dedicating the article to Brenda and Ron, John,
Thank you for posting this, Gianella. John has excelled in this collection of poetry. I thought it was very thoughtful to dedicate this article to Ron and Brenda at this sad time.
I really like those, John. I think those are some of your best work. I think sometimes everyone feels like they are a misplaced puzzle piece.
I truly appreciate everyone of you.
Thank you all for your thoughts & prayers for myself as well as for Ron's soul.
I'm so glad I finally read your work on puzzle.
Thank you so much for dedicating these to Me & Ron.
"The Puzzle's Missing Piece" shows us how sometimes we feel like a missing piece of a puzzle.
No matter what we do, we just don't fit in.
We can change to make it seem like we belong, but then we wouldn't be ourselves.
We must keep going & release ourselves from stress to find our perfect place...for we are unique.
I've definitely felt this way here recently.
In "The Maze of No Return" you point out how just how vast this world really is and how we are only a small piece of the puzzle.
We shouldn't take anything for granted for life can change in just one glimpse.
Enjoy the journey. Give and take. Be happy with what you have as you try to find your place because it can slip away so fast.
Just as you find the place you're meant to be, your time might be up.
You could be that missing piece of the puzzle where there is no return.
Ron & I battled this journey for a long time trying to find our place.
Just as we did...our time was up. The missing piece of the puzzle fell into place.
"The Crossword Puzzle" shows us how we feel so proud once we've figured it out.
Each answer seems so easy until we get stumped.
Then we take a glimpse at the answers just to get us back on track.
I've done this a time or two. Plus I've learned to use a pencil instead of a pen.
In "Puzzle ~ an Acrostic Poem" you show us how puzzles can be alot of fun unless you are a monk meditating on a mountain.
Even a Zebra can play tic-tac-toe.
Great writing John. I enjoyed all of your poems.
Sorry it took me so long to read them, but they were worthy of the wait.
Never a disappointment.
I'll post a link in the word prompt article.
I knew you’d get to read these poems when you were back on top of things, Brenda. Your synopsis of them was as usual spot on. I am glad you could relate what you and Rom went through to the message in the poems. Thank you for the prompt that inspired this writing. Good to have you back.
Thank you John.
Your poems were excellent & really hit home.
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