Tag: Villanelle

National Poetry Month Day 20: Rolling Thunder

Here’s today’s stormy poem. Rolling Thunder Between the quiet spaces of the worldThe budding thunder wakes its tempoIts expanding pressure windswept swirled Into the waiting air, a storm unfurledA boom, a crash, a harsh helloBetween the quiet spaces of the world Its voice roaring,… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month Day 20: Rolling Thunder”

National Poetry Month – Day 26: Beyond the Farthest Star

Today’s poem is a Villanelle from the prompt, beyond the farthest star. Image by WikiImages from Pixabay  Beyond the Farthest Star Beyond the reach of infinity’s gaze,past the edge of the blackest nightwe journey alone, amid stalwart days Bound in steel, a shell-like mazeof humanity’s aspiration in… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month – Day 26: Beyond the Farthest Star”

National Poetry Month – Day 12: A Taste of Salt

I have two prompts for Day 12, salt and lingering thirst, once again from an internet search and suggested by one of my Facebook friends. Today’s poem form is a villanelle. Image by andreas160578 from Pixabay  A Taste of Salt I cannot shake my lingering thirst,her salty… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month – Day 12: A Taste of Salt”

#NationalPoetryMonth Day 23: Picturesque

Today we travel, with the poem for Day 23. Image by David Mark from Pixabay   Picturesque   Like fire on the mountain snow nestled in the quiet night; splendid in a silhouette glow   Sheltered from the chill wind flow, a stark, beautiful,… Continue Reading “#NationalPoetryMonth Day 23: Picturesque”

National Poetry Month: To You Alone

To You Alone To you alone I write pen my thoughts and heart Here, alone, at night Faithful words, yet, finite my love’s flawless art To you alone I write My emotions, they take flight round and round they dart Here, alone, at night… Continue Reading “National Poetry Month: To You Alone”