What do you see # 144 – Magical light shining

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For the visually challenged reader, the image shows a copse of trees, reflected in the water. There is a mystical light shining between the trees that’s also reflected in water.

THIS WEEK’S WORDS come from Jae Rose, who blogs here: Jae Rose. father, thumb, magical, man, stranger, voice, name, room, tiny, foolish, hope, bloom

Magical light shining

Reflects in the water

Forest trees not blooming

Like escaping from hope

And no need for pruning

Magical light shining

Foolish thought, hearing voice

Some stranger perhaps

He was calling my name

There the trees tiny gaps

Magical light shining

The man and the forest

I thought of my father

In the room before death

Said look after mother

Magical light shining

And I felt so eery

In the middle of this

Something to think about

I hope I will find bliss*

(c) ladyleemanila 2022

  • The Monchielle is a poem that consists of four five-line stanzas where the first line repeats in each verse. Each line within the stazas consist of six syllables, and lines three and five rhyme. The rhyme pattern is Abcdc Aefgf Ahiji Aklml.

For: https://lifeafter50forwomen.com/2022/07/25/what-do-you-see-144-july-252022/, http://sundayswhirligig.blogspot.com/2022/07/whirligig-379.html


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