Thursday, May 5, 2022

Magnolia Trees

Magnolia, Blossom, Bloom, Spring, Flower
Courtesy of Pixabay

tender
ballads of love
our poetic hearts sing
harmonious under moonlight
dreaming

dreaming
beyond the clouds
uncharted adventures
we dance in possibilities
always

always
thinking of you
my heart forever blue
wishing upon a shiny star
hopeful

hopeful
welcome morning
embracing warm sunlight
gazing at the magnolia trees
blooming

blooming
springs arrival
nurturing our spirits
promises of love unending
forever

 

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hosted by Laura - writing a cinquain
or in this case a crown cinquain

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22 comments:

  1. So beautiful. It is especially effective to carry over the last line of each stanza as the first line of the next. It really works. I just went out for a short walk in the neighbourhood - the amount of blossoms is really amazing.

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    1. Thank you my friend. There are a few trees around here in bloom and they are gorgeous and a reminder that beauty still
      surrounds us.

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  2. I think Spring is getting a foothold True! All around, flowers and buds explode into color. Really enjoyed this my friend!

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    1. Thank you Rob, I need spring, to see life opening up in blooms of vibrant colors.

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  3. This is beautiful the joy of Spring abounds
    Thanks for dropping by to read mine

    Muchđź’›love

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    1. Thank you Gillena for dropping by.

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  4. The flowers set the mood. We have such pretty ones along and between on the roads around. Calming a bit. Our small Magnolia is blooming, hard to be angry around it. Sad maybe.

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    1. The flowers are beautiful in their lovely hues. They do bring a sense of much needed calmness.

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  5. really good use of the cinquain in your syllabic words - you made it look so easy! especially loved the 3rd stanza

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    1. Thank you Laura for the prompt and inspiring me to write something.

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  6. The loving warmth of spring...

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    1. I need to feel the warmth/beauty of spring. Have a great weekend, my friend.

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  7. I would be over the moon happy if Magnolia trees could survive Central Oregon. Your poem is beautiful.

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    1. Thank you Helen! The blooms don't last long but, they are beautiful.

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  8. This floats like the clouds.

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    1. Thank you! I do enjoy floating clouds.

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  9. This is so beautiful and uplifting!

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    1. Thank you may your day be lifted in joy.

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  10. I love the flowering trees of spring. Thank you for sharing these words of hope and beauty.

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    1. I agree those flowering trees are beautiful.to see.

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  11. Spring is definitely here, and I have seen some Magnolia trees in the neighborhood.

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  12. So beautiful...dreamy, yes, like magnolias themselves....

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