Sunday, May 29, 2011

My Sunday Offerings

Insatiable Liaison

Against the tangerine leaves
Plum sky silenced, turning
Twilight looms afraid
A cry of broken tails
Beneath the shadowed flock
Remnants of the fire
Like wind planets fallen
We lie beneath tomorrow’s smoke
Our love striding to meet again
Flying free we float as one

@laurie kolp

*Prompt inspirations: A Whirl of Wordling Sundays, Sunday Scribblings

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forgotten rose petals
shadowed beneath a colorless void, pink
silk on pebbled memories

@laurie kolp

*Prompt inspiration: Poetic Bloomings






18 comments:

Brian Miller said...

a wonderful blend of imagery...opening with the colors...the burning, smoke and still coming together nice....

brenda w said...

Laurie, Tangerine leaves and plum sky provide a brilliant opening to your liaison. I love this piece. Thanks for joining the wordle crew.
~Brenda

jaerose said...

Wow, these two pieces were like a mighty passionate roar followed by dancing tippy-toe words..the colours and petals skipped and shone..Jae

Old Altonian said...

Great imagery - two good ones Laurie.

Mary said...

I love "Flying free we float as one." Beautiful images, Laurie.

Laurie Kolp said...

Thank you so much.

Linda H. said...

Great work, Laurie.

Elizabeth said...

Wonderful sensual imagery from the wordle words. Calm but with feelings felt, yet well hidden lending a sense of mystery overall.
Really like this one,

Elizabeth

flaubert said...

Nicely wordled words, Laurie.

Pamela

Berowne said...

Moving, and very well written.

Henry Clemmons said...

Loved it, Laurie. Very colorful!

Henry Clemmons said...

I love reading all the different poems with th same words. Great job. Thanks for visiting my site!

whenwordsescape said...

"flying free we float as one"

what a beautiful line

~Paula

imnotaverse said...

I love the way you've used colour in both of these.

Great haiku.

Patricia Anne McGoldrick said...

Like the colours, Laurie!

Dee Martin said...

"like wind planets fallen" love that line...this is gorgeous!

Lilibeth said...

I like the plum sky and tangerine leaves...but I'm not sure I've seen a plum sky except in this poem...so maybe I see it now.

Kate said...

lovely, delicious imagery.