If wishes

If wishes

A Poem by Cherrie Palmer

I will not wish upon a star
But thrust my will on the morrow.

© 2019 Cherrie Palmer


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I think this is inspiring, Cherrie.
Seriously, I'm getting mesmerized by this two wonderful lines.
The urge to go the extra mile for my dream to be fulfilled captivates me and I feel like someone just reveal the unknown to me.
Now I know wishing on the star could be a waste of time. But thrusting our wish on tomorrow by making the right move could make our dreams come true.

Excellent writing here, Cherrie.
Thank you for sharing it.

Posted 1 Week Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Cherrie Palmer

1 Week Ago

Thank you Kay,
Ive been thinking about reworking Cinderella where there's no Fairy Godmother,.. read more
Kay Salisu Titilola

1 Week Ago

That's a good idea.



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DAH
Excellent thought.

What ever happened to all of those wishes
that have been wished upon stars? Nothing, absolutely nothing.

Yes, to thrusting will ...

DAH

Posted 4 Days Ago


Cherrie Palmer

3 Days Ago

Thank you alittle push to do not watch.
DAH

3 Days Ago

Always ...
Lovely and light words ;-]

Posted 1 Week Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Cherrie Palmer

1 Week Ago

Thank you Willow
Brevity is indeed the soul of wit...

determination to make a difference by doing something...anything...rather than sitting back and waiting for dreams to come true is the only way to deal with life.
Otherwise you'll miss out.

A good write, Cherrie

Posted 1 Week Ago


Cherrie Palmer

3 Days Ago

Brevity and I are pals.
Brevity Cherrie which has much wisdom in it. A new day can sure make a difference to one's outlook and luck too. Wishing upon a star is pretty and for kids.

Chris

Posted 1 Week Ago


he he I like that! and i must admit i never really liked that term as a kid when they said make a wish i would always draw a blank.

Posted 1 Week Ago


Cherrie Palmer

1 Week Ago

Well then here ya go.
I think this is inspiring, Cherrie.
Seriously, I'm getting mesmerized by this two wonderful lines.
The urge to go the extra mile for my dream to be fulfilled captivates me and I feel like someone just reveal the unknown to me.
Now I know wishing on the star could be a waste of time. But thrusting our wish on tomorrow by making the right move could make our dreams come true.

Excellent writing here, Cherrie.
Thank you for sharing it.

Posted 1 Week Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Cherrie Palmer

1 Week Ago

Thank you Kay,
Ive been thinking about reworking Cinderella where there's no Fairy Godmother,.. read more
Kay Salisu Titilola

1 Week Ago

That's a good idea.
bold...provocative two lines Cherrie!! go for it says i! ;) today i take the bull by the horns ..i have weeds to wack out back ... your poem inspires ... i'm goin' for it! :))))))
E.

Posted 1 Week Ago


Einstein Noodle

1 Week Ago

ahahaha ...its still dark out honey ;) and i haven't had breakfast yet :))))))))
Cherrie Palmer

1 Week Ago

Okay, breakfast, the paper, a 2nd cup of coffee and then we'll talk:)
Einstein Noodle

1 Week Ago

:))))))))))))))))))))))))))))) deal.
Wishing on a star is about as much help as a chocolate teapot, or wearing lucky nickers. We hope our call will be answered by fate, but as you say, you make your own fate (and luck) by the path we choose and the effort put in.
That's my reckoning and I hope I'm right. Fingers crossed, touch wood. S**t! A black cat just walked in front of me. I'm going back to bed 🤓

Posted 1 Week Ago


Cherrie Palmer

1 Week Ago

Lol, I have to confess,
I almost always knock on wood, people are funny no matter how much .. read more
Lorry

1 Week Ago

Nominitive determinism. I knew there was a term for it but had to look it up. And everyone does it a.. read more
we make our lucky breaks and achievements...nice to think of the stars helping...but really they just shine for themselves...

so much implied with these two lines...
you are a master of brevity.
j.

Posted 1 Week Ago


Cherrie Palmer

1 Week Ago

I think I'll start stuffing fortune cookies
I was thinking about your recent "tips" . . . and then I thought about how I've written 3 books (300 pgs total) this year & this effort has brought me to the point where I finally feel like I'm ready to write my first REAL book. In other words, reaching any goal takes plodding unwavering effort, not frilly wishing! (((HUGS))) Fondly, Margie

Posted 1 Week Ago


Cherrie Palmer

1 Week Ago

Go get'm Margie

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Cherrie Palmer
Cherrie Palmer

Oakland, AR



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I am a published poet and love poetry. My husband and I live near the White River, and love trout fishing. I find my surroundings a great inspiration to me. I also have two books on Amazon Kindle: O.. more..

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