Center of his galaxy

Once a man of lofty ideals

He knew he had fallen from grace

Mocking jeers echoed behind his back

Apple chaser: a sore thumb, out of place

He evades it all stealthily,

Like a chamois escapes its pack

Busies himself with mundane tasks

Till he’s a drained and empty cask

At night, he’s at her bedside

Spouting old clumsy lies

The bills that keep piling up

Run through his weary mind

With a notch, his heart divides

As he remembers what its all for

The center of his broken galaxy

That adoring gaze, those wide eyes

Praying for timely deliverance

God, please give her a chance

Help her fight this uninvited guest

That threatens to take her life

Dear Readers,

This has been in response to Wordle #73 by Mind Love Misery’s Menagerie.

Rules were as follows:

Use at least 10 of the words to create a story or poem

The words can appear in an alternate form

Use the words in any order that you like.

1. Hurry

2. Clumsy

3. Deliverance

4. Cask

5. Evade

6. Notch

7. Lofty

8. Galaxy

9. Chamois (an agile, goat-like antelope; a soft, pliable leather from any of various skinsdressed with oil, especially fish oil, originally prepared from the skin of the chamois.)

10. Uninvited

11. Apple-chaser (Someone willing to do anything, no matter how degrading, for any amount of money; named for the “road apples” left behind by horses)

12. Jeer


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