Slave to the Word
"Resisting death~hue by hue..."Love this line :)Lovely poem, that really captures the feel of autumn.
this feels so much more like home to me than the beauty of the trees in all their fall glory... here fall is truly rebirth,, from the barren browns of summer.....
I like the 'Undertakers, disguised as gusty breeze'.Rosexo
I liked the play of words...
resisting death hue by hue...and... undertakers disguised as.. Wonderfully visual lines!
Thanks for all of your comments. I've yet to have time to check out the new posts, but I'm getting to it. This creative writing class is consuming by life!!
Brill.Standing up clapping, how DID you get all that, into such a small space. That was a feature film, el condensed!xoBlue
I really appreciate the rhythm in the poem. It makes such a difference but is too often forgotten in modern poetry.Secondly, I have answered your comment about my poem at http://freepoemsonline.blogspot.com/2007/09/slavia.htmlAnd thank you for your input!
Resisting deathHue by hueThose words do linger; quotable lines. ^_^ My first time here, and I've been relishing the read of other posts as well. I find your skill in rhyming remarkable (definitely not overpowering) in that it serves as apt rhythm to a reading of the tales in your poems. I've most enjoyed "Corners", "Tiny Fractures", "Gardens of Worry", "Confectioner's Dream" (such a treat to read -- must be my top favorite so far), "Spring Cleaning."Cheers.
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