If you have ever traveled on an airplane, it takes nothing more than a glance around to perceive all the emotions. Some people are leaving, some are coming back, some have great plans, other maybe not. Some people took the plane because of sickness, others for business, others for pleasure, others for love. Everybody has a different story, different purpose and they all sit together in the cabin of an aeroplane.
To enhance your creativity and not restrain
the Challenger’s Word might seem a bit plain.
Yet, let your rhymes begin their reign
and write a poem about an “aeroplane”!
Proposed by the never-seize-to-amaze blogger and poet Grexxen.
A poem on the shape of AbA
I give you,
Sadness, the tears, the sobbing,
the goodbyes, the promises,
the tissues falling.
Excitement, the smirks, the smiling
the dreaming, the joy
the giggling so beguiling.
Bravery, the purpose, the walking
the serenity, the diligence,
the people talking.
All the emotions and nothing plain
all confined together
in the cabin of this aeroplane.