Tag: music

National Poetry Month Day 24: Syncopated

Today I had a musical prompt (so apologies to musicians if I totally screwed up the meaning). Syncopated Shorten the beatDisruption in the strong rhythmShorten the beatSpeed up the pace, and slow it downSwing the tempo around and roundLet the quiet notes have their… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month Day 24: Syncopated”

#NationalPoetryMonth Day 5: Lilac Cadillac

Welcome to Day Five of my National Poetry Month participation.   Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay   Lilac Cadillac Violet light reflecting on the chrome The flashy neon lighting up the night Strains of jazz and a little R&B From would-be stars eager to… Continue Reading “#NationalPoetryMonth Day 5: Lilac Cadillac”

National Poetry Month: Poison

Poison Predicating grievances Oscillating resentment Indulging antagonism Stratagem execution Obliterate obstacles Nullify the problem © A. F. Stewart 2017 All Rights Reserved

National Poetry Month: Soul’s Revelry

Soul’s Revelry Past the knoll, music soothes a yearning soul Bring your mirth, and wine to sup Raise your cup and fill your bowl Glimpse the Fae, come to dance the gloaming grey Join the step, be swept along Heed the song, do come… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month: Soul’s Revelry”

National Poetry Month: What It Takes

What It Takes Will the day break cold? Shattering all regretful aches? Will the world turn old? Will I remain steadfast bold? Do whatever consequence takes? Will the day break cold? Will I dance in sunshine gold? Or drown in all the bitter stakes?… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month: What It Takes”