The most abhorred Alphabet rune

K. 

The only reply that can provoke the world, as I told.

It’s every woman’s pet peeve. 

It’s every man’s bugaboo.

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K.

The only reply that can kill conversations, as I told

It’s gravelling. 

That’s it, great colloquies can cease in sec. 

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K. 

Should we just blue – pencil you from the Alphabet?

Prance from J then L like you don’t exist

Tell me, will you shed tears?

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K.

Should we just expunge you from our twang.

Recce other options to avoid your labyrinthine chi

Tell me, will you mind?

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K.

Don’t worry. 

I am with you.

In fact, you bring me so much bliss

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K. 

I see that different tale of you. 

Avid. Straightforward. Reassuring.

Such brevity, oh so sexy! 

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K.

From now on, you’re my beloved

Never taking you as a mere curt reply

And defo, not dubbing you a ne’er-do-well

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K. 

You are a gift to the world – not to provoke.

A special zest to every powwow – not to halt.

And my favourite alphabet rune – not to con.

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K?

22 thoughts on “The most abhorred Alphabet rune

    • I was taking my time. I was still writing but my entries were published in Uni. Got so much drafts but I’m still waiting for the right moment and right timing. Thank you for waiting. Great article will be published soon. xx

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    • Is it? Could be or could he not. But if you prefer the former, then flattery will take over my entire psyche! Ha ha. I think I know who you are xx

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  1. Heya All! This is Ian. It’s true. There’s nothing really fancy about this post. I wanted to write something but I cannot make up my mind as to which category should I focus this time. Bosoms and/or poems are the easiest to write since it doesn’t require certain writing technicality. This is just pouring and transcribing my heart’s bliss and I leave it up to you how to read between the lines. Did I really mean that reply “K” or I was meaning something else?

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    • I think I know who is asking this question. I have travelled the most travelled route, and will I do it again? No. Been there, done that. The lessons still even linger. There’s only one path I will be taking now. It’s God’s way. I have to thank you for staying close after all this time. Bless your heart with pure bliss!

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  2. I think I know who is asking this question. I have travelled the most travelled route, and will I do it again? No. Been there, done that. The lessons still even linger. There’s only one path I will be taking now. It’s God’s way. I have to thank you for staying close after all this time. Bless your heart with pure bliss!

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  3. This is smartly written and I think I get what you mean, Nak! On the K, reply, I am confident that I am the only person, next to your dad, who could do that to you… but seems like this is more than that knowing you have told me about someone with a K on its name. I only hope that person understood this reveal too.

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    • Gosh! Shhhhhhhh pleasee! I am in a meeting but I’m itching to respond to this message. Well, such a smart mom I’ve got there for deciphering it correctly. Just wow! 👏👏👏

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  4. Some scars hurt so bad, even though none of them are visible, nor tangible to the world. They make us hurt others who keep us close to their heart, even though the mere idea of doing so never even crossed our mind.
    It is difficult to understand to the world around us …. yet just as difficult to ask for forgiveness because the others do feel hurt because of our actions or the lack thereof.

    Yesterday during sermon, the priest was talking about loving others just like how the Lord loves all of us. He explained it is difficult to accept others, just the way they are, including their flaws, shortcomings or the problems that come with them …. But we should still love them, like how we are being loved by Him, nonetheless.

    It made me think …. of your battles.

    🙏

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    • Those battles taught me great lesson especially the ones I had pretty much recently. It was a very difficult start of the year but somehow I managed it now and I am feeling alive again. But you know what’s the hardest part? It’s when those people you think will be there in both your highs and lows become unattended. I did hope. Somehow the hope was put into an abyss.

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      • It’s good to know that you are feeling alive again. At some point we decide to respect the others’ request for peace of mind, somehow knowing it might not be the right decision. But you keep your distance as requested, for you put someone else’s wellbeing before yours. While in the darkest hours, one can’t help but wonder what has become of the blooming flower left behind, after nurturing it intensely.
        It’s when your realise that even the darkest abyss has its rock bottom, that you acknowledge the way up, back into the brighter waters of the ocean. Sometimes it’s just a matter of reaching out, for that someone who was once the reason for your livelihood and hopes for the future, to be able to crawl up, out of debris created by their own dark battles …
        We don’t always know, nor understand everything one is dealing with … yet we have to accept them and the feeling they are giving us.

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