Z to A in 26 Days – Nov 25th – E for Expectations

Expectations, like
Eternal fires burn,
Their remains in
Ash-pit, cupped
By hands, passed
Through a grate
And reincarnated
No relieved breath
After resurfacing,
Fork-lifted from
Suffocating depth
Then hung to dry
By hands eager for
Us to relive past
Eager to guide us
To the future, yet
Awaken us from
Dreams to drown
Them in a boiler
Path expectations
Take is unknown
Yet in ink of blood
My nib recollects
The lush jeers of
Unmet expectations

Written for Z to A in 26 Days Challenge
November 25th – E for Expectations
Also submitted to Big Tent Poetry

Taking up the Z to A in 26 Days Challenge? The details are HERE, and the challenge enters Round 22 and E today, but you are welcome to start now and proceed to further letters. The letter E theme has begun at 12 AM Indian Standard Time (Click to view the Time) on 25th November 2010 and will continue till 01:30 PM Indian Standard Time on 26th November 2010..Β All participants can share their E themed post links here in the comments section. If your comment has a timestamp on 25th November 2010, or before 01:30 PM on 26th November, your entry is officially considered as part of the challenge! If your comment doesn’t come immediately, it’d be because you need to have a prior approved comment at the blog. I’ll moderate them as soon as I can, and you should have no problems after that. Happy Challenge to you all. Have an inspired November!

Poetry & writing are to me, a breath of fresh air in a life that is sometimes covered by the smoke of sorrow or self doubt. They also become the sweets I share to celebrate when life offers me a reason to. But most of all, they are to me, my life. For each word I write is a piece of my heart, a thought that just had to find its way into the world.

62 thoughts on “Z to A in 26 Days – Nov 25th – E for Expectations

    • thanks… I’ve not missed one of their wordle prompts since I discovered the Big Tent.

      read whenever you can πŸ™‚ happy Thanksgiving to u.

  1. I could relate…this only goes to show that nothing is perfect… πŸ™ not everything we wish to cup in our hands could be held for long or stay for good…well, it’s not the end of things, for at the end of a tunnel is a sure promise of light!

    Mine is here: Hope you will be kind enough to understand my early end to your challenge…and btw, pls send your guest post soonest! Thanks πŸ˜€

    http://intelclub.blogspot.com/2010/11/e-for-my-early-end-of-z-challenge.html

    • Yes Amity, thats for sure. nothing is perfect, but people expect lot of perfection from us.

      Happy anniversary to yu πŸ˜› but I wont understand ur early exit. u could’ve finished the remaining at your acrostics blog atleast πŸ™

  2. That was a hard Wordle to be incorporated so well into a poem, specially as you were following another prompt as well. Expectations – the triumph of optimism over pessimism.

  3. My reply disappeared! I said: that was a hard wordle to incorporate so well into a poem, specially a you were responding to other prompts as well. Expectations: a triumph of optimism.

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