Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Morning Glory

A septet is a seven-line poem with the following number of syllables per line, no rhyme. 3, 5, 7, 9,7, 5, 3.
 
 
Morning Glory
 
Blue satin
openly awaits
morning's misty tears running
in rivulets seeking velvet depths
of miracles translucent
brushed with golden strokes
crystalline.

Copyright 2008 Photo and Poem - JO Janoski


6 comments:

  1. beautiful: "brushed with golden strokes"

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  2. in my oppinion one of the most vivid and spectacular of flowers.

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  3. bravo on your ending Jo! "Words of golden strokes indeed!"

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  4. The morning glory should send you chocolates for such a beautiful ode to its loveliness!

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  5. Nan, that is so funny. Now I'm dying for chocolates. You're evil.

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