In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Weaving the Threads.”
Draft a post with three parts, each unrelated to the other, but create a common thread between them by including the same item — an object, a symbol, a place — in each part.2/5 Chomba girl, States Woman after 24 years Sun shinnin, him mek rain. Sky wáata, him rain rain. Judgeman se— Half-and-half Équal. ¡Coño, Half umbrella not équal! Chó. Mi kyaant ñam this Équal. 5/2 colored boy, Black man after 24 years In joy & pain, she shinned on my rain. She stepped, & went. Stepped, left, & went. Baby, if you read history from the start, no judge cares about a Negro’s heart. Can’t help if I’m simple, bitter, and tart. Ain’t nothin’ more to say on my part. Half umbrella, half-man, half of... of-half... 1 and 1 Judge’s summation Through the zephyr and gale of marriage, a common shelter was shared. To each a share, a part. This umbr|ella halved apart. Equitable and fair in Law. Divorce: is hard comfort; satisfaction’s souvenir.
Chombo/a: person of Antillean descent
chó : exclamatory expression of anger or frustration
mek nais (make noise): to argue
ñam: to eat
two-five: good friends