Haiku – Hues of Nature!

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3 haiku highlighting the colors of nature for Heeding Haiku With Chèvrefeuille, prompt: Color

1. The cool zephyr sings

beguiles dandelion wisps

azure euphony

2. Seasonal rambles

autumnal leaves gently swirl

vibrant potpourri

3. Lavender hues splash

eventide brings star’s farewell

benign radiance

Twilight!

Transient horizon paints

Tender tales of eventide

Tangerine strokes blend with indigo

Tease the heaven’s dreamy allure

Tacit zephyr wafts an ethereal fragrance

Tranquil mysticism embraces the lilac peaks

Twilight showers a starry mist.

 

Thanks to Aashi, learnt a new style of poetry today, Pleiades.  It has only one word in the title followed by a seven line stanza. The first word of each line begins with the same letter as the title. Hope you enjoyed it!

Paint your words challenge hosted by Kamya.

Twilight!

In response to Eugenia’s weekly prompt: Sapphire

Silhouette Photography of Trees and Birds
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Home bound avian’s greet the eventide

before settling in their branched abode

sun gives a parting embrace to the sapphire horizon

painting hues of lavender swirls

the silhouettes amidst the ebony skyline

welcome the glitterati of stars

the shadows merge into the emerging monochrome

before the velvety darkness envelopes all.

 

Sidlak – Twilight!

A portrait

of endless expanse

emotes myriad temperaments

encompassing hues of rhapsody

the scarlet twilight sky!





Sidlak poetry (sid/lak) is a structured poetry consisting of 5 lines with 3-5-7-9 syllables AND A COLOR. The last line must be a COLOR that describes the whole poem ( no restriction on syllables) or the feelings of the writer.

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