Thursday, March 17, 2016

Tu-lips





Scribble the sky blue
I'll warble the air with colors
Thread wayward wishes 
with new spring, skirted with glee   
I'll dance in rain, tulips-armed  



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Our nice weather is holding up towards spring, smiles ~  Thanks for the visit ~

40 comments:

  1. what a wonderful way to welcome spring! beautiful. :-)

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  2. Love the Tu-lips title... and you seem to have that feeling of spring as well... finally some happy poetry... We need some joy every now again.

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  3. Skirted with glee and tulips-armed - I like the way you use the verbs here. Full of life and colour!

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  4. Tu-lips puts me in mind of two lips twisted into a smile, as Spring is ratcheting up; a fun little piece.

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  5. This is absolutely exquisite especially adore the images of dancing in the rain tulip armed. Beautifully penned.

    Lots of love,
    Sanaa

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  6. Such a happy spring poem, Grace. I love your verbs.

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  7. you have painted a beautiful landscape. I'm ecstatic about spring.

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  8. A lot of happiness in your words - truly adorable.

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  9. Splendid. I can see you dancing!

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  10. What a lovely 'air' for the Spring and to warble the air is wonderful.

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  11. I love the energy of this piece. The abandon. A great image!

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  12. tulip-armed...that's so beautiful.

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  13. Lovely warm feel of spring about your poem Grace, beautiful..

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  14. 'Warble the air' I like a great deal

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  15. How delightful. Not a single unnecessary word. Sheer poetry!

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  16. I can't wait to see the first tulips...then I know spring has once again arrived.

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  17. Oh, this is so good! Love the first line, as scribble is a favorite word of mine, and also sky blue as a color. I keep thinking of tulips, and two lips...ready for spring smiles!

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  18. This is such a joyful poem...it has a dance within it! Lovely, Grace!

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  19. I wasn't going to post, just read from quiet background noise...then a kind serendipity from the word "wishes" dropped in...so here I am smiling again..at what you wrote...

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  20. I especially like how you "warble the air with colors"!

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  21. Spring is all around and the air is fragrant.

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  22. The best way to greet the spring: with my favourite flowers. The line that leaped out to me was: I'll warble the air with colors. Wonderful use of synaesthesia!

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  23. Ours was warm but is cold today. Almost there. Wonderful words of warmth. As always, thank you! Happy weekend.

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  24. You could arm yourself with worse things than tulips! A jaunty little blast of poetics, Grace! Very pleasing.

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  25. Spring ought to be pleasant. The weather it is hoped can sustain itself!

    Hank

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  26. Dance away, with tulip arms at play

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  27. Dancing in the rain with tulips. Now that sounds like the best way to welcome spring. Loved this.

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  28. What a lovely, joyful picture of spring!

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  29. Lovely! Scribble the sky blue made me think of spring but also made me think of the coloring books for adults that are used for meditation. Smiles.

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  30. "I'll warble the air with colors" - sounds like birds singing joy into a bright spring morning. Lovely!

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  31. this is gorgeous! reminds me of spring.
    it got warm here, then turned cold again.
    so ready for sunshine and tulips here in kentucky! :)

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  32. Lovely! Spring is in the air -- and you've described the gentle coming so well.

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  33. Grace, I am receiving your e-mails. Are my replies coming through?

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    1. Hi Walt, I have received your latest email. I will get back to you on a specific day. Thanks!

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  34. This is so beautiful Grace. Especially so since it's autumn here.

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  35. Dance in the rain..
    Brain on hold..
    FeeLinGs
    reign..
    rein
    oF
    OLD..
    before
    apple of head..:)

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