September Music 15

For the month of September I am going to choose a piece of music or song and write a poem or alternative version. Jane Dougherty is doing a September Stanza here. And Kat Myrman is doing September a poem a day Here.

Today’s piece of music is Shine by the Classical Violin Group Bond, again.

My interpretation

Glorious colours, sky blue

Gold’s, pinks orange and blue too

All dancing all eyes sparkling

Feet wrists and faces bejeweled.

So happy soon they will be together.

The music is magical it casts it’s spell for ever.

Dancing the dance of true love

The choreography is a gift from above.

💜💜💜

This is a wink to Ritu , she’ll know why.

Jane Dougherty because she is doing colour poems

And Kat Myrman because I can .

Loveuary Day 15.Marriage with a D.

​The  lovely  and  talented Ritu  of butIsmileanyway.com has set us all off on Loveuary. I for one am excited with the task. What is love? We shall find out as the month goes on.

Link to Ritu’s post.
Link to rules and prompts

Today is Day 15 of Loveuary. Now to choose a prompt ? Marriage, I have added a D as poetic license because I want to do an Acrostic Nonet and that demands 9 lines and so needs  nine letters.

Marriage with a D

Image found here

More than a wedding day is marriage

And vows need plenty of hard work

Rekindling love every day

Remembering to care

Igniting passion

Aging as one

Growing close

Every

Day

The Fan

Such a beauty standing there white flowers in your jet black hair. Starry dreams within your eyes , the kind that make young men’s spirits to rise.

Golden brown skin young and unlined  and a smile that could the sun blind.

In you grasp a leaf shaped fan. That fan is the envy of many a young man. There you stand in your dress of green, unaware that you are the most glorious sight that anyone has ever seen.

Gently you glide through life free as a bird for now , not yet anyone’s chattel or wife.

 

 

 

A few years on some of your sparkle gone, you have had to learn a new song.

Invisible ties hold you down your wings have been clipped and you are tethered to the ground.

Your sparkling eyes are now cast down, yet you still look stunning in your golden gown.

Your lustrous hair still your crowning glory your eyes more than your lips tell your story.

No longer the leaf shaped fan of your youth you carry now the woman’s fan of truth.

 

This poem was inspired by the work of  CongQuocHa

you can find more of his work on his blog http://congquocha.wordpress.com/gallery-4/#comment-267

Don’t answer the phone

It stings and it burns like bitter bile. Almost like a cancer consuming me all the while. I see no answer I see no end what did I do to deserve this torture to which I am condemned.

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