The Bone

#writephoto Bone

I once lived in a field

So lush, so green

I loved my life, just me

and the other nineteen

 

Once a paddock so lush and green

No rain

No water

The land grew dry

The herd grew lean

 

One by one

my friends left the fields we once grazed

Sanctuaries came forward

My friends, my herd

I’m joyful,

they were saved

 

I was happy in my field so beautiful

So green

I am now nameless

Just a bone

I was overseen

 

In a dry paddock I am all alone

Just remnants of what was

I am just a bone

 

I watch from above

I am at peace, I make amends

I am a soul on a journey

I hold no grudge

You rescued my friends 

 

 

Every Thursday at noon GMT, Sue publishes one of her photos as a writing prompt.
Join in her challenge and write a piece of poetry or prose based on the photo below.
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Published by Janette Bendle

I have reached my fabulous 50s. Guess what, it’s okay. 20 years in the health and wellness industry. Educating men and women on the importance of nourishing their bodies with good food, moving with integrity, recharging their energy levels and empowering their minds. I love my job. A mother of two boys who are now men and my greatest achievement. A lover of words, an aspiring author with a book written and no idea where to go next, a poet who writes from the heart and her vulnerability. A foodie who loves to experiment, a salad lover , But not just your Every day salad, I throw in anything you can think of it ends up in my salad. I have a reputation for making the greatest weirdest salads around. As a total contradiction, I have a ridiculous sweet tooth. I rescue abandoned souls in the bodies of dogs, an animal lover, Who sometimes likes animals more than humans. My teacher in life, my mother never ceases to amaze me. I am one fortunate human being who is filled with gratitude for the life she lives.

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