Quadrille #2. Come play!
Play magnetic poetry here.
what a wondrous skyful collection, most creative!
That’s cool De – “a sky storm symphony”. I’d love to play, but I hit the “more words” button on their site a number of times, and sky never came up for me? Oh well… I probably don’t know how to operate the site… 😦
There are several sets of tiles. I think sky comes up often in some of them. I think I might have used this to get started.
Lovely poem. Great word play, as always with your pieces.
Fascinating display of patience and skill! I’m duly impressed.
Sky storm symphony of moon music – divine De.
This is absolutely OUTSTANDING, De! You rock! 😀
This is great, and so much fun! I used to have a set on my fridge and my children and I would create elaborate poetic messages for each other. Thanks for bringing back wonderful memories. Also, “I bare a thousand screams in honey shadow” is absolutely wild. Love it.
Smooth shine of sea sing sleep….This is a sky-ful!
This one just danced across the page to its own song. Thanks for hosting.
A beautiful fun craft, De.
Thanks for dropping by to read mine.
Enjoyed this, De… I think all your poems are magnetic!
How great it was to read this De especially the last two lines.
‘Smooth shine of sea sing sleep’ brought Dylan Thomas to mind, De – you must have some Welsh blood! I love the ‘sky storm symphony of moon music’.
‘the language of the wind’ – you use this beautifully here!
The Oracle loves moon music. (K)
Kerfe, Jane, and I regularly consult the Magnetic Poetry Oracle–especially on Saturday. This is lovely. As Kerfe says, she does love moon music!
Wonderful collaboration with the Oracle!
This is magical.
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This has got to be the most impressive magnet poem ever written.
Also the best proposal and “yes yes yes!” glee poem ever. Love.
Yes, I want to speak wind too… it’s mindblowing
“Moon music” – now that gives rise to a sky symphony right there 😀
Wonderful, especially Sky storm symphony of moon music.
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