One Step

One Step

What does it feel like to step on a cloud,
Treading soft, fluffy pillows without any sound?

Can you perceive how to float up on high,
Fast orbit the moon & fly through the sky?

What sort of magic spell sets you so free,
To dance with the raindrops & capture the breeze?

What kind of alchemy lets you take flight,
To polish the rainbows with radiant light?

What type of dreamscape can promise this day,
See lightning bolts thunder, where tornadoes play?

How can this spellbinding vision be true?
All that it takes is one step from you!

11th February 2019

When it rains, the puddles on this lane can be huge! Once the rain stops & there are epic skies reflected in them, the results are magical..just like you’re about to step on a cloud!

15 thoughts on “One Step”

  1. G.Edward Smith says:

    Again an inspiring poem. Love the pictures and the inspiration behind the words themselves. Keep up the good work.

    1. Debbie Jones says:

      I really appreciate your encouraging words, Edward, many, many thanks.

      1. G.Edward Smith says:

        You are very welcome. You are a talented poet. Keep dreaming, creating, and writing.

        1. Debbie Jones says:

          You are too kind, thank you. I’ll definitely keep trying ☺️

          1. Sue W says:

            Hello Debbie, very nice to meet you.
            I love your poem and I’m so pleased you finally came ‘clean’ about The Secret Poet.
            I read your About page but couldn’t find a Like button.

          2. Debbie Jones says:

            Hello Sue, lovely to meet you too, & thank you very much for your interest! Yes, poor Trev, I never gave it a thought that he’d think I was ‘playing away’ whilst I was hatching ideas, I was only playing with words. I’ve told him about the Like button, so he’s on the case! Thank you very much for your kind words, which are much appreciated.

          3. Sue W says:

            I thought that was funny, poor Trev!

          4. Debbie Jones says:

            I know..we do have a little laugh about the fact that I often meet & have a chat with the local farmers, when I’m out walking, but they’re all well over 70, confirmed bachelors, & one is happily married to a vicar! Any shenanigans would be such a scandal in the village!

          5. Sue W says:

            Village life eh!

          6. Debbie Jones says:

            Trev managed to sort the Like button, Sue..thank you for bringing it to my attention. ?

  2. Invisibly Me says:

    This is so sweet & melodic, I love it!
    Just found your poetry from your very proud hubby’s blog 🙂
    Caz x

    1. Debbie Jones says:

      Thank you very much for your kind comment, Caz, I’m glad you enjoyed reading. ☺️ Yes, bless him, he’s done me proud!

  3. blindzanygirl says:

    Your poetry is lovely. Found you through Kevin’s Blog. You are a wonderful poet. I especially like this one ?

    1. Debbie Jones says:

      Thank you very much indeed for your kind comments, Lorraine. I’m glad you found me through Kevin, as now I’ve found you & your poetry too! I’m looking forward to reading your poems in the coming days. I’m just trying to catch up with messages, after being away for a few days with hardly any internet connection. Phew, they all mount up so quickly! Many thanks ?

      1. blindzanygirl says:

        Hi Debbie. I know what you mean. Catching up is hard!

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