{wherein she (once again) uses all the words to describe the moon}

she’s a still-spring giggle,
echoed sound,
whisperstorm.

dance her
(shimmered bubble-balloon, dawn-ghost;
cue twist-skip cloud-melting grin)
scar-curled into open spill. will her
vanilla-drizzled and pepper-sprinkle-sparked
into shadow flickered breeze.

she’s a white sky-rose, unjarred
from journey. leaves you lulled,
green.

caught.
fear her
knot.

 

..
The One With All The Words, for Victoria’s Quadrille over at dVerse. 


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8 Responses to {wherein she (once again) uses all the words to describe the moon}

  1. Olga says:

    She’s a still spring-giggle and a white-sky rose. So lovely! ❤

  2. Shawna says:

    Excellent piece.
    I really love this nymphy moon you’ve created.

    faves:
    “she’s a still-spring giggle”
    “scars curled into open spill. will her
    vanilla-drizzled” {heart}
    “she’s a white sky-rose”

    Brilliant:
    “fear her
    knot”

    This prompt makes me think of No Fear and the ’90s.

  3. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    IMPRESSES ME!

  4. Frank Hubeny says:

    I liked the ending: “fear her
    knot”

  5. You daring folk who go for all the words tempt me so. I was going to ditto Frank–love that “fear her knot.”

  6. erbiage says:

    Hooray for all-the-words!

    Sent from my iPad

  7. lillian says:

    “she’s a white sky-rose” LOVE
    and “fear her knot” LOVE even more! The moon lends itself to these words….well done! Keep it going! 🙂

  8. jerennazuto says:

    Beautiful and challenging!

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