The Three Graces


 Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge #334

Ronovan Writes

words: grace and slip

             I             

If I slip from grace

Will you be there to catch me

Replete with mercy?

             II       

She moved in pure grace

Her silk dress but a mere slip

His eyes watched her pass

             III

He liked to slip in

His superior knowledge

Of Greek goddesses

And favored Grace Thalia

Goddess of Festivity 

  ©2020 Lisa Smith Nelson. All Rights Reserved

Comments

  1. I like the third best, but I tend toward myth type topics.

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    1. I adore myths from all over the world. It's so interesting to find how they so often morphed into today's religious traditions and beliefs.

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    2. Thank you, I'm glad you think so!

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