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Thursday, 24 March 2011

Spring On Carnival Parade


Did you look out to see
The bloom on daffodils today
Like the princess bride
Flounting on carnival's parade

The sun flower, flower  
Follows the sun rays
On axils drawn like for like
On queues, of  the sun worship

The painter, strokes his brush ready  
On rolls of canvas to paint on
The poet is at it too, with scribbles
Turning splendour adored into words of beauty

I knew there was something, something  
New in the air, the feel of its vibrancy
Echoes of  birds awaking earth
With drum rolls on song's say so

And the dew on plant leaves
With face wash, to highlight its colours  
And shine on processions
Bright as requested

Spring is the ceremonial attire
Worn by nature with grace  
Multi coloured like an african fabric
In carnival seasons

Did you look out to see
Daffodil's yellow, white in some and some
Oh what a beauty Mother nature offers  
To sweeten my delicate eyes on carnival 

17 comments:

  1. I can't figure out if Spring is lovelier every year, or if I am finally recognizing how splendid it is.
    Beautiful poem!

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  2. Love the idea of spring in ceremonial costume!

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  3. Great ode! Love looking out on a spring morning to see surprise colors, dotting the landscape.

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  4. Missing microfiction?

    I'm hosting a new microfiction meme.
    Succinctly Yours
    begins on Monday, March 28th. Check out the link for the photo and optional word.
    Hope you'll join in.

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  5. I really enjoyed this, particularly your reference to the sunflower...the ultimate sun worshipper indeed :)

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  6. I like the comparison of spring in a ceremonial attire.. a beautiful poem, filled with stunning imagery!

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  7. Yes I did :) You sure do paint pretty pictures. Enjoy the rally!

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  8. how is your day?

    please find time visiting poets who were here for you but you did not visit yet..

    Thanks..

    have fun. :)

    let us know after you are done 18 poets visiting...

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  9. you have a nice way of putting all that you see into words kodjoo-- nice! here's mine.. http://fiveloaf.wordpress.com/2010/01/15/wedged/

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  10. I love daffodils because they mean spring is here!

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  11. My favorite bit is the Princess Bride.

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  12. Fantastic and delightful write. Thanks for bringing colour to my little snow covered plain of existence!

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  13. Summer comes with loads of things, flowers, carnival, love, sex, music...wonderful use of words.

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  14. love the last line. thank you.

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  15. Beautiful one. Not too many people write nature poems. It was refreshing to see a nature poem among the emotionally charged ones.

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  16. This was so incredibly beautiful, and well written. The imagery was amazing, great write.

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