Kick Start

Ronald Bunch 1982 (Grand Rapids)



Oh I see it, the bash
From the turbo dash.
We all fall down and become ash.

I feel the melody in my heart
And the chaos that tears it apart,
But God gives me a kick start.

God saves me from writer's block.
God loosens the invisible lock.
The melodies unto me knock.

That no matter what happens
God's will shines through a lens,
More dangerous than many bear dens.

We must follow the dangerous path,
That we please God and not his wrath.
Serving God is not as complex as math.

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Submitted by RonaldBunch on September 14, 2023

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Quick analysis:

Scheme AAA BBB CCC XDD EEE
Closest metre Iambic tetrameter
Characters 479
Words 108
Stanzas 5
Stanza Lengths 3, 3, 3, 3, 3

Ronald Bunch

Ronald Bunch is a dedicated and passionate writer with a deep love for the art of poetry, science fiction, and fantasy. He’s committed to his Catholic faith and his work. Ronald's interests span a wide range, including writing, reading, social media, weight lifting, and riding an exercise bike. He’s on a journey to become a published author. He's writing a new book, he will seek an agent and traditional publication for it. He did volunteer work at Kids Food Basket, and Habitat for Humanity. He loves pizza and cats. His upbringing in Catholic schools and his birthplace in Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA, in 1982, have also shaped who he is today. more…

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