Take The Plate


Take The Plate

 Storms in life will soon pass,
 learn to play in the rain. 
Blue skies and rainbows were promised,
to ease your lingering pain.
Grab your bat and take the plate,
underneath the clouds of gray.
Curve balls can turn into home runs,...
 but only if you play!

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knight4696 commented on Take The Plate


Corinna - You certainly can convey a lot in so few words! :) I love the positive messages on your writes! Awesome work my friend! :) Ken



Thank you, I like to write so not to scare the average reader into not taking the time to be touched by the inspiration of lyrical word.

Artie commented on Take The Plate


This is a "good mommy" poem, filled with the advice we need to hear. 10 from me



Thank you! I appreciate your kind words.

gogant commented on Take The Plate


There is a mumsy touch to this piece of yours, Corrina, and your words are so alluring........................very nice, indeed.........................................g

EinStud commented on Take The Plate


Yeah, this poem goes along with my theory (EinStud's Theory?) lol, that all road blocks in life are conquered when "Why?" is turned into "Why not?" . Sorry about your losses. It looks like you have overcome some of those roadblocks in life. . Peace Out, The Compusician .

A poem begins as a lump in the throat, a sense of wrong, a homesickness, a lovesickness. It finds the thought and the thought finds the words.

Robert Frost (1875-1963) American Poet.

Corinna’s Poems (17)

Title Comments
Title Comments
That's me... 6
Someone, Anyone, Everyone! 16
Give You! 7
Take The Plate 6
Speak 4
My Choice, Their Voice 4
Lyrics In Motion 2
Love Bird Logic 21
The Poet Connection 6
Fibrodilusion 7
Journey To Justice 15
Dear Lord, 11
Gone Fishin 5
Pain Exposed 9
Old Fashion Valentine 9
Madame Delbard And The Morning Star 5
"The Place" 5