Nice touch at the end.
I just love the last line!
Gautami I agree the last line does make so much sense!Nicely donePamela
Hmmm. They don't look like such bad words after all. At least now they have had a good home. I like the imagined "pitch forward like a rocket to save the smoking sizzlers", and foolishly for glasses--don't I know about that!
Very impressive...especially since you wrote it without thinking! I add my applause re. the last line.
like the others before said, the last line is great! Nice piece...
I will agree with everyone else, the ending is wonderful.
Quite a challenge to incorporate so many words. Good job!
A reverential 'Wow!'
I can feel that note of anxiety running through the poem, and how our thoughts run in all directions when we feel that way, not knowing exactly what to expect, but hoping for the best. I like the fact that you exchanged wordles and wouldn't mind doing the same. Elizabeth
Ha! as usual, the last line took the breath away.. Gautami..well done..
For a mathematics teacher, the last line is almost an everyday occurence, while teaching!A cliche, I may add!:D
I like the bit about wounds that don't show on the surface, but the last line...oh, how fun!
Ooh! Loved the last line!
this was superb !!! amazing :)
you put them together nicely and close strongly...nice.
and unlike poles attract each other!loved the ending Gautami!!!
Yes, like the last line too.
The last 2 lines made the post fabulous and impacting
Very, very nice. I love the way the unusually paired words create an unexpected feel. Thanks for visiting me and leaving the link. Come by any time!