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Author Name: Freequeens1 3 Comments
Date Added: September 18, 2007 05:09:09 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Omnipresent

Omnipresent

Your gentle touch, I miss so much,
Like a cloud on my skin,
When you are gone, I watch the dawn
And dream from within.
 
Falling in a swoon, the setting moon
Kisses the high places
Of the rolling hills, flush with chills
Leaving simply traces.
 
Luscious landscape, your human shape,
Ever present in my eyes,
Draped in clouds, far from the crowds,
Ignorant of my sighs.
 
Upon your return, we will both burn,
With a passion unknown
To mortal man, just us two can,
Feel how far we have grown.
 
Eyes looking down, as with a crown,
The regal moon doth approve,
Intense desire, as if on fire,
There’s nothing more to prove.
Author's Notes:
This was inspired by a picture called "Moonrise over Sangre de Christos" by Rising Dove.
Written in the form of Triquatrain created by Robert L. Huntsman.  It is a guatrain poem in tri-rhyme with a specific rhyming pattern.  Lines 1 and 3 have internal rhyme whereas 2 and 4 do not.
Rhyme scheme:
(a,a)
b
(c,c)
b
 
(d,d)
e
(f,f)
e
 
.....and so on.   The groupings in the parenthesis are on one line separated by a comma.  This poem can be of any length or subject and does not require perfect meter.
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Comments:
Comment By: FreeS on September 19, 2007 07:40:30 PM Report
great write it really enjoyed it

seems like you put a lot of work into it

Comment By: FreeLeonard Wilson on September 18, 2007 06:24:18 PM Report
I always wing my poetry on the fly, but that's me...Despite the constrictions inherent in following set rules of structure, you still wrote a lovely tribute to our dead, yet romantic partner in space..Nicely done, kid...len
Comment By: FreeGlata on September 18, 2007 07:02:36 AM Report
It's a beautiful offering you've given us, Patty...Great work!

Hugs and happy moon risings!!!

Glata





 


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