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April2015 082

 

B  r  e e  z  e  on by me

Take your tail spin

For a whirlwind

I am marsh mellowed

Sun ripened

Rooted with the reeds

You are dragon winged

Mud flinging

Bumbling with the bees

I’m a water lily lulled

Cattail nap

You got that?

I am breezy

 

 

It’s  our 10th Quadrille Monday over at dVerse.  Get in on the 44 word fun! Bjorn chose the word “breeze”.

 

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26 responses »

  1. Love love LOVE.
    Especially:
    “You are dragon winged

    Mud flinging

    Bumbling with the bees”

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  2. I love the images of nature and the alliterative bliss.

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    • Thanks Björn. I think nature is a great tool for expression and I will definitely take “alliteration bliss” as a compliment. 🙂

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  3. Oh this brought me home, to a life in the country side… Nicely done! 🙂

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  4. I am sunripened you are dragon winged.. what fabulous images!

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  5. This is a wonderful ‘Iam / you are’ poem! I especially enjoy ‘marsh mellowed’ 🙂

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  6. LOVE this! So many images related to the wind — the breeze. I’m taken way way back to my Iowa days and walking down our dirt road with our daughter as an 18 month old on my back, looking at the cat tails in the ditch, bursting from the months of summer, with their seeds and filaments flying about. Thanks for the memories! 🙂

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  7. Great fun. Kept me smiling from start to end.

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  8. How delightful Mish ~ I specially love:

    You are dragon winged

    I’m a water lily lulled

    🙂

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  9. Such fun! Easy breezy 🙂

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  10. You got that?
    I am breezy

    Yes don’t anybody forget it!

    Hank

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  11. WilLow breezE
    liGht air whole..
    Summer’s liGht
    BriGht
    liGhtS
    iN tONE
    oF TaN..
    meSh toGeThEr
    LoveEiN Fire Air..
    Earth Wind Water
    ONE OCEAN
    FIELD
    hOlds..:)

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    • Thank you, Victoria…heading over to read yours now.
      No worries on your timing as I’m still commenting on the last third of them…perhaps there will be more. 🙂

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  12. Love all the plants and the energy here!

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  13. Rosemary Nissen-Wade

    Lovely fun word-play!

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  14. This poem is pure joy from root to tip of cat-tail! I’m guessing that this one was fun to write! (it was certainly fun to read!!)

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  15. How did you get so good?

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  16. What wonderful images! Such clever use of the language.

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