gladness is a sunny storm

i remember his narrow words
the folded table
his attraction to
fool’s gold
kind words in hard buckets

no faith
no trust
no love
his heart a brilliant, tough anchor
drawn to shaded water

his saddest thoughts, hail balls
thunderously fighting rain

all i can say is
gladness is a sunny storm

by mary ann blinkhorn

13 thoughts on “gladness is a sunny storm

  1. mypenandme says:

    Sorry folks. I can’t seem to write this stuff anymore. It seems that my script has kidnapped my brain. Lol. Wishing you a wonderful day.

  2. his attraction to
    fool’s gold

    I’ve suffered from this disease. It takes a lot of practice not to get repeatedly infected with this disease. I think I am getting better at it but it took far too many decades.

  3. The essence is shed abroad so delicately ! BEAUTIFUL !

  4. smilingtoad says:

    Absolutely brilliant. “his heart a brilliant, tough anchor
    drawn to shaded water” That line absolutely thrilled me. A relatable write. Fabulous piece, thank you for this. Cheers,

    Autumn Jade

    • mypenandme says:

      Thank you for your delightful comment. I’m trying to unwind after working 15 consecutive hours on my script. Cheers,

      Mary Ann

      • smilingtoad says:

        Aloha Mary Ann. Oh so happy to hear it, indeed! 🙂

        Script?? This intrigues me immensely. Pray elaborate further?

        I so adore your writing, it is absolutely exquisite. Always look forward to meandering over to your blog to imbibe of some fine penning and some fabulous images- love your style of photography deeply.

        Many smiling cheers,

        Autty Jade

      • mypenandme says:

        I’ve been working on a script for the past 1 1/2 years. It’s a supernatural drama that contains suspense and action. It is also a love story.

        Thank you for your kind and encouraging words.

        Mary Ann

      • smilingtoad says:

        Oh brilliant!! Too wonderful indeed. I imagine it is quite exquisite. Would love to read it one day, see the results of it being performed.

        I like to write just wee “radio plays”. It’s a fantastic form to write in indeed. So much fun. The one I’m working on now is a comedy about a couple, both professors, and their day spent at a horse stable and the misadventures that ensue. It is partially based on real events, like when my mum was lifted up by a donkey. I like to make them for my niece.

        Many ebullient cheers,

        Autumn Jade

      • mypenandme says:

        Would love for you to read my script. Will send you a copy when completed.

        Your radio play sounds delightful. Your niece is a lucky young lady. 🙂

        I’m heading off to work. I enjoyed your last blog. Will read more over the long weekend.

        Mary Ann

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