A piece of prose poetry
BREAKING NEWS: Dearly beloved friends, this just in!
Though understandably distracted by hugs, kisses, and pats on the back; preoccupied by thoughts of concern for others; and absorbed in supremely relatable feelings of loving kindness for all living creatures on Earth… good-hearted scientists at the lovely, scenic Heart… err, sorry… Harvard University have ever so lovingly identified an exceptional, new compound in our miraculous world’s precious water supply, which they have fondly and with deep, loving tenderness called Amoride.
Across this wondrous world of ours, many other sweet, good-natured, and passionate researchers who once worked on designing chemical weapons are now appreciatively, admiringly, and affectionately committing to the study of this extraordinary and fascinating discovery. Their work will be fully funded by governments, businesses, and individuals, and this- in parallel to fully funded research laboratories dedicated to ending global hunger; reversing global warming; and curing heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and all other deadly diseases.
This is Humanity’s News Network, wishing you a joyous, delightful evening! We love you!
d’Verse poetry prompt
This piece of prose poetry was written in response to Selma Martin’s W3 prompt this week, which is to write a ‘prose poem’ in the form of a news article you wish would come out tomorrow (imagine it will come out tomorrow).
Let’s write poetry together!
When it comes to partnership, some humans can make their lives alone – it’s possible. But creatively, it’s more like painting: you can’t just use the same colours in every painting. It’s just not an option. You can’t take the same photograph every time and live with art forms with no differences.–Ben Harper (b. 1969)
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50 thoughts on “Loving kindness, or: Amoride”
[…] a last minute response to the most recent W3 prompt. This week’s Poet of the Week is David benAlexander and David’s prompt guidelines are to “Write a poem from the perspective of an inanimate […]
I think you already have your own private supply, David ❤️
💕🙏🏻 Lesley 🙏🏻💕 ~ you are kind
This is a lovely post. Interestingly I have been listening to a number of youtube videos where seers talk about new, positive energy infusing the waterways of Earth. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if they were right and if scientists could identify it.
🧡🙏🏻 Suzanne 🙏🏻🧡 ~ wouldn’t that be something⁉️
Oh I thought it was a news before the actual poem, then I realised it was the prose. 😁
❤️😄 Cassa 😄❤️ ~ you weren’t the only one
Yes I get it now that you didn’t turn the process around in the story.
And Amoride is not a tablet that helps prevent your body from losing too much potassium. 😊
All the same Amoride is a great discovery!
💞🙏🏻 Abi 🙏🏻💞 ~ wouldn’t it be?
Oh absolutely 💯 💞
“distracted by hugs, kisses, and pats on the back” –Aww, the perks of parenting. The best job in the world, ever!
“The good-hearted scientists at the lovely, scenic Heart… err, sorry… Harvard University have ever so lovingly identified an exceptional, new compound in our miraculous world’s precious water supply, which they have fondly and with deep, loving tenderness called Amoride.” –Amoride in our water supply? Yes, by all means. This!
“passionate researchers who once worked on designing chemical weapons are now appreciatively, admiringly, and affectionately committing to the study of this extraordinary and fascinating discovery.” — and I’m so fascinated to know this. And you and I know this is the way it will happen. Wait and see. Thanks for this, David. Spectacular mind of yours at its best! Thanks for this loveliness. I wish you miracles, David.
🖤🙏🏻 Selma 🙏🏻🖤 ~ thanks so very much for the lovely prompt 😀
😇🙏🏻 Abi 🙏🏻😇
What are the side-effects 😊
I’m talking about the actual pill
🤷🏻♂️ Abi 🤷🏻♂️
Oh I thought it was a tablet.
this is just a fictional piece about a new compound that permeates Earth’s water supply and causes all human beings to be filled with love ❤
This would be amazing! Great idea, David!
🖤🙏🏻 Sarah 🙏🏻🖤 ~ just a fantasy, unfortunately!