Tale Weavers Challenge: Poem – Lunes –  “Talismans or Superstitions?” #taleweavers #amwriting #poetry 


Thanks to MindLoveMisery’s Menagerie forhosting this week’s prompt on Talisemans:

” Talisman weave stories of our hopes, our fears, our dreams, our pasts, and our futures. Weave a tale about a talisman – perhaps one of yours, and let us into the sometime secret worlds talismans represent and protect.” 

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Tale Weavers

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Tale Weavers

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It’s not an exciting story, 

It’s not a —

Huge secret, I’ve few talismans. 

—–

Save a cross, if one —

Would call crosses, 

Talismans; but I’m not superstitious. 

—–

When the dead are gone, 

They’re good and —

Gone; to another place sent.

—-

Perhaps there exists wandering ghosts, 

Lost wailing spirits, 

But maybe, they’re demons deceitful.

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There’s no inbetween, no purgatory, 

No nothingness, only —

Eternal life or eternal death. 

—-

I don’t consider much is —

Coincidence or luck, 

Mostly, there are miracles –hope. 

—–

Prayer is beyond this realm, 

Something spirititual; ethereal, 

Unexplained, mysterious, but for faith. 

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Yet, I think superstition is —

A human creation, 

If we cannot explain something, 

—–

Make up stories, so we’ll

All feel better, 

When logically truth is quite clear. 

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A conundrum itself, 

Faith mixed with, 

Reason explaining what we fear.

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©Mandibelle16. (2016) All Rights Reserved.

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9 thoughts on “Tale Weavers Challenge: Poem – Lunes –  “Talismans or Superstitions?” #taleweavers #amwriting #poetry ”

  1. Lovely contribution Mandi..Miracles are hoped for aren’t they, I only know of one person who had a miracle given to her but it was a good one……gives you something to think about it doesn’t it…

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  2. There’s no inbetween, no purgatory,
    No nothingness, only —
    Eternal life or eternal death.

    I had not thought of this before. It’s a well-expressed assertion. So much of superstition and preoccupation with the supernatural deals in this truth–that there is an “inbetween.” But really what is there? Death then life after, one way or the other. Renders talismans kind of useless beyond artistic appreciation. And they are often attractive. Thank you, Amanda, for inciting new thought!

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