a(way)

It’s quadrille night at dVerse ,which for some, means an attempt at the one with all the words. Here’s mine.

 

 

journey rose

still

 

spark(ed)

breath’s breeze on cue

 

spilled drizzle(d) scars

upon shadow’s

shimmering cloud melt

 

echoed dawn’s

open ghostly whisper

 

to dance and giggle

 

green leaves sprung

twist(ed) and curl(ed)

 

till we skip(ped)

 

stop grin(ning) you balloon

 

bubble(s) must now lull

themselves a(way)

 

15 thoughts on “a(way)

  1. Charley says:

    spilled drizzle(d) scars
    upon shadow’s
    shimmering cloud melt

    Your wordplay throughout is exemplary. A fun read aloud (with and without the (ed)s.

  2. Victoria C. Slotto says:

    Paul, I truly don’t know how you do it. I used to choose random words from the dictionary to put in a single poem, but 44 words?! This has so much movement in it thanks to all the vowels.

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