Map of my soul


On the palm of my right hand

In crooked lines is drawn a map

My soul and spirit depicted in fragile lines

Intersecting and overlapping lines

That says a lot if you knew how to read

The map of my soul on my palm


Word count; 44

New to the Q? Here’s your map of what to do:
Pen us a poem of exactly 44 words, not counting the title, and containing some form of the word map. Post your poem on your own blog, and link up using Mr. Linky below. Then travel around the blogisphere to read some of the best poets around. The Quadrille is open all week, so be sure to come back to read and write some more!

In response to dVerse Quadrille # 175, hosted by WhimsyGizmo



51 thoughts on “Map of my soul

  1. I like the way your quadrille begins and ends with the palms of the hands, like hands pressing together in prayer, or holding the poem in the palms of the hands. I love the lines:
    ‘My soul and spirit depicted in fragile lines
    Intersecting and overlapping lines’.

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  2. I meet someone who read palms. I forget which but one had told the future but after a certain age the other hand is used. I think if we work hard and play hard and live good all the lines will lead to joy. 😀

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