Brycycle

Nature

The leafless trees shiver in the bitter wind,

 

the endless stream of clouds consumed the last bite of blue.

 

Translucent raindrops speckled the windows with a life of their own,

 

while skydiving hail bombarded the earth beneath our feet.

 

BG

-02/03/16-

  • Author: Brycycle (Offline Offline)
  • Published: April 17th, 2017 14:11
  • Comment from author about the poem: This is my first poem on here and i wrote it a year ago. I will upload some of the newer ones soon. I hope I am liked :P
  • Category: Nature
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Comments7

  • Garry

    Sime fine images. Short but vivid. I like it.

  • BRIAN & ANGELA

    WELCOME FRIEND ~ Thanks for your first poem ~ NATURE is always a good choice. This is an Early Winter poem and each line paints a memorable scene ! 1. Leafless tree always a stark and enigmatic image 2. Clouds an infinite subject of poetry ~ especially their ability to obscure the sky 3. The translucency of raindrops defies the description of the poet and the reproductive skill of the artist (attempt both if you don't agree !) 4. HAIL is the ultimate enigma ~ neither fish (rain) nor fowl (snow) ! There is much more to this free verse quatrain than immediately meets the eye ! Thanks for sharing ~ BRIAN. Pleas check my poems ~ Thanks B.

  • Tony36

    Love it, great write. Welcome to my poetic side

  • Goldfinch60

    Good write. Nature has so many sides and always shows us its glory, if only people would look.
    Welcome to MPS.

  • Brycycle

    Thank you guys for all your nice comments, it's really appreciated!

  • Accidental Poet

    A little taste of what's to come in a few months for me. But Nature in whole is a playground for the adventurous. Which is why I like to go out with my Canon when time allows me. Wonderful write.

    • Brycycle

      Thank you :))

    • Neville



      This is a little gem .. and very much enjoyed .. it's too late to welcome you to MPS .. but its never too late to say Hi is it ... 🙂



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