see saw

we are caught

on that see saw of sorts

of days gone by

we are into a game

of pushing oneself to rise

while the other falls


we are balanced

in an up down motion of glee

with that spacer

that wedges in between us

gripping onto that handle

riding without equilibrium



there is new found height

with every imprint we made on that ground

whilst the world rides in momentum

we always pick each other up

when the other tumbles..




30 responses to “see saw

  1. Hello, friend, how are you?

    I invite you to our Monday Poetry Potluck Party at Jingle Poetry Community, a new place for poets who share ans encourage…

    We have features such as poem of the week, poetry blog of the week, and poet of the week, plus Sunday poetry news dispatch, if you attend our Monday Party, there is a chance that you poetry blog is represented by one of our officials, and your talent will be highlighted or exposed to wider audience,

    No specific rules, simply linking in 1 to 3 poems, it could be an old poem, let us read and comment for you. Feel free tasting other poetry treats, all enjoyable expereicne…

    Click on the link, you will see a blue button, click on the blue button, you will see three boxes, your specific poem link to be placed in first, then your name or blog name, then your email connected to your blog….

    Happy Monday!
    Let the fun begin!

    • wow! sounds fun olivia! seems i have lost touch alot eversince cos i never knew there is this thing called monday poetry potluck party at jingle’s… well alright- count me in! (with the only specific condition that i reserve all my copyright even when i voluntarily send any of my poem links to your blog. can we agree on this? thank you olivia for your invitation!

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