Thursday, November 10, 2016

Heart of Grace

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Autumn swans swimming
sunlight now dimming
love rises in depths of night
finding grace in dreams
under soft moonbeams
together we can take flight

floating feather light
sweet songs of delight
entwined in a cosmic glow
darkness drifts away
in the warmth of day
before the winter snow blows


posted for dVerse
writing an Aloutte
 


22 comments:

  1. Beautiful.
    As is the feathered enchantment you chose to illustrate your words.

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  2. Nice autumn love song and it looks like love will survive the coming winter.

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  3. I agree with Frank - what a lovely autumn love song.

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  4. the rhythm is too as soft as a feather, lovely.

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  5. I can hear a lute playing under the willow with lovers together.

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  6. Together they can bring light even in the darkest night

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  7. Love your 'autumn swans swimming'....very appropriate right now as we all begin our hibernation till spring.

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  8. This is beautiful to read. An uplifting poem in a dark week.

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  9. Gayle Walters RoseNovember 11, 2016

    Somehow this form has lent itself to some very beautiful poetry and yours is no exception. It sounds so light, gentle and free!

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  10. Absolutely dreamy. You know I love your rhyme style

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  11. finding grace in dreams
    under soft moonbeams
    together we can take flight

    How nice to 'take flight' to dream together with a loved one

    Hank

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  12. Love the words and the image

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  13. Swans are so romantic... though they are a bit clumsy taking flight in reality.. some of their grace is lost there.

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    1. perhaps, it is not so much about the flight as it is the journey, to finding a deeper intuitive love.

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  14. Love the metaphor of love through the seasons Truedessa ~

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    1. Thank you Grace, I hope you are well?

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  15. What a lovely rhythm and flow...so soft and gentle to the ear.

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