Eventide Inspiration!

Sadje’s WDYS # 59. What does this picture inspire you to write?

Image credit; Lolame @ Pixabay

The day ebbs across the vistas

dusk descends in hushed tones

wistful whispers echo into the

somber stillness of the horizon,

tussled thoughts fight for freedom.

Inhaling burning despondent puffs

blowing smoky tendrils of melancholy

in pursuit of that elusive muse

crumbled papers, tainted with failed words,

carpet the floor, with insipid fragments of litter.

The eyes glimpse home bound birds, flap balletic wings

flutter across the grace of silhouetted branches

 the beaming orb illuminates the nimbus

awakens the slumbering quill from silence

inks the papyrus with poetic colors.

70 thoughts on “Eventide Inspiration!”

  1. Beautiful poem Radhika, Nature can bring out the hidden poet in all of us, it’s the best inspiration one can have to write. And a peaceful evening is even more so.

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  2. This is wonderful! Loving this part so much:

    β€œInhaling burning despondent puffs

    blowing smoky tendrils of melancholy

    in pursuit of that elusive muse

    crumbled papers, tainted with failed words,

    carpet the floor, with insipid fragments of litter.”

    Liked by 2 people

  3. I must appreciate the way you delinate your thoughts. Its full of life! You are amazing.
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