Napowrimo, Poefusion


Poefusion No 7: Read Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird by Wallace Stevens and write your own 13-part poem using one repeating image or symbol; this was a most enjoyable exercise, thank you michelle…; photo: blue sky, melodymasterplatts, photobucket

blue sky

reaching out for dawn
purple gray daybreak awakens
translate beautiful blue sky

resting beneath a big oak tree
blue sky twitters talking birds
early morning substance

submerged in deep rich dirt
sleepy bulbs yield to spring
raining sunshine blue sky

scorching hot blue sky
cool breeze sea waters call
running fast to sea

melting in the melodious glassy sea
backstroke swaying side to side
waving to the observant blue sky

shimmering white sandy beach
cloudless blue sky sleeping
captivating rolling restless waves

wet sand sea shells
feathered blue sky whisper breezes
generous waves sing acapello

crooning blue sky composing verse
luminescent white clouds floating
picturesque sheets of water rainbows

quiet sandy beach
clear blue sky
crabs simple delight

baking beneath a pool of blue sky
tanning golden brown
cooked bright stinging red underneath

constant changing shorelines
competing blue skies
contemplating choices careful consideration

embrace benevolent waves
agile body senses the current
blue skies revere the journey

soaking wet in the heated sun
butterfly blue sky kisses
dry the salty dew drops

day 5, NaPoWriMo…..


10 thoughts on “SkyWard

  1. I love a blue sky with sunshine in the mix. Watching those white clouds float by on their long journey across the world. Your effort paid off because I patiently await the next blue sky day. Have a nice day.

  2. wet sand sea shells/feathered blue sky whisper breezes/generous waves sing acapello.

    Wow! I can see it and I can hear it. What a great response to a great prompt.

  3. What a serene, tranquil portrait you paint here. Very nice! Makes me want to start a new day and look at the sky 13 different times!

  4. a portrait in serenity.. i have to agree with jillypoet… this was lovely… it certainly puts me in mind of the blue over the atlantic.. as i always feel at odds with the beaches on the coast i now call my home….

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