Monday, November 18, 2019

November morning



i shiver
my skin grows out from darkness
ghostly pale silvery moonglow turns
lightning hues of rose lavender blades

a blossoming of perfume
petals unfold, fingers of clouds & stardust
a beauty unimaginable
at the crack of dawn

i rise
raindew on my eyelids




Posted for dVerse Poets Pub - Quadrille.  This is a 44 word post with the given word - CRACK. Thanks for your visit.

25 comments:

  1. I, too, shiver. At THIS:
    "my skin grows out from darkness"

    LOVE that.

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  2. Oh.. the glory of dawn... though to me in November it seems too sluggish to even get started....

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  3. How lovely - rising into the light. I love those fingers of cloud and stardust. One of the best things about this time of year is the fact that you get to see the sunrise regularly. You capture that anticipation here.

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  4. A lovely poem. Encapsulating the delight of dawn in the winter along with the cold. Shivery but a nice shivery.

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  5. the dawn blossoming on skin, what a wondrous subject for a poem, Grace.

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  6. Dawn sure can dawn in all its splendor

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  7. Beautifully crafted. I especially like "raindew on my eyelids." Very nice!

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  8. This was enchanting Grace. Loved the mysterious essence!

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  9. A captivating read. It felt as though you were one with the sunset and how beautiful that would be.

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  10. I really like the closing lines in this piece. Well done.

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  11. fingers of clouds & stardust … I love this image.

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  12. Nice line: "petals unfold, fingers of clouds & stardust"

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  13. my breath was taken. sigh. so beautiful. so soft.

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  14. I’m so glad I’m reading your poem at the right time of day, Grace, this November morning! I love that it’s so immediate: written in the first person, starting with an active verb, and I feel that shiver. Your second stanza is my favourite description of the crack of dawn.

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  15. I love getting up at the crack of dawn!

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  16. Such beautiful language describing the coming of dawn!

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  17. "raindew on my eyelids" -- what a beautiful phrase! Beautifully written.

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  18. This works for the "surreal" prompt too!

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  19. This is the most beautiful, visual description I have ever heard or seen about dawn. Exquisite, Grace!

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