Monday, April 7, 2014

To Feel You...

photo by Kelsey Hannah


sunlight
warm golden glow
enlightening our world
love & hope overflowing heart
touch me

Posted for Magpie Tales
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a Cinquain

37 comments:

  1. Well done.

    Mine was dark. Thank you for stopping by to read.

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    1. Hi Gail,

      Thanks for visiting..yours was dark but, well written.

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  2. How lovely! A cinquain! The title reminds me of another one's writing where she wrote of her husbands ashes.

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    1. Hi Charleen,

      I just read that other one so sad..thanks for visiting..

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  3. A touch that can bring much, a simple wave of the land and loves fills the land

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    1. A wave of love to fill the land
      all at the touch of a hand...

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  4. love the touch me there in the end...nice use of form as well...
    love that the sun has returned...

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    1. Brian,

      I am so glad to have sun once again..it's been dark too long..

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  5. Good on you , Truedessa , for us down here , it is sunset and we are sailing into the dark...cest la vie

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    1. Hope you enjoyed your evening..sailing into dark is not always a bad thing..

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  6. i like cinquains!
    lovely poem you have here. ties in perfectly with the picture. :)

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  7. Terrific! That's a gorgeous picture, too. :)

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    1. Thanks David, the picture was the prompt for writing. I looked at
      the picture and this is what I heard.

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  8. I feel the heart! Lovely sunlight, touches everyone.

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    1. Thanks Karen..sunlight does touch the soul..

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    1. Thanks Sherry..always glad to see you here..

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  10. We all like a bit of sunshine...

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    1. Glad it did..thanks for visiting..

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  12. Sunlight, especially that early morning stream, does bring happiness and cheer - especially after a long dreary winter. :-)

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    1. Sunlight feels delightful after a cold winter. Thanks for visiting.

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  13. Lovely Truedessa and I love the picture! just beautiful! xo

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    1. Hi Gloria,

      Thank you for coming over and leaving a lovely note..

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  14. I've always liked this form, and you did it well.

    =)

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    1. Thank you as always Tess for the great prompts..

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  16. Following from Blogging AtoZ.
    I'm writing "Things My Husband Has Broken" A to Z at http://AMomsPointOfView.com
    Come by and check it out.

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