Wednesday, April 8, 2015

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image 'Purple Heaven' by Ryse95 courtesy Deviant Art



PURPLE EVER
I am never at the end of this journey
Merely a passer by in your time surely
Purple ever, the colour of snow and sky
One has only to nod and never to sigh
Shirring sounds echo, mimicking helicopters
Shhh, shhhh music is never to loud for ears
Inverted into exactly one million cells airs
Beautiful melodies for two-feet tapping
Loud is omitted from every word art mapping
Energy abounds and seasons flow in symmetry
© gillena cox




Written in response to the prompt at Poetry Jam 'Impossibility'

20 comments:

  1. This is ingenious...!! The reference to the universe... is absolutely brilliant..!
    Enjoyed your poem :D
    xoxo

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  2. Gillena,

    Magical journey through this poem...I truly enjoyed the rhythm and the flow. Proves what is really possible!!

    Eileen

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    1. thank you for your appreciation Eileen

      much love...

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  3. I like the idea of a world of purple! I was hoping someone would write a poem about an impossible place like this.

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    1. (◕‿◕。) thanks for your appreciation Peggy

      much love...

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  4. I love this acrostic of the cosmic journey Gillena...beautifully rhythmic and delightful...

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    1. happy you dropped in Sumana (◕‿◕。)

      much love...

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    2. Love this and the images and moods are so vivid, it is a powerful write.

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  5. You have used poetic imagination in a unique way. Your poem reminded me of two people I know whose favorite color is purple and would buy anything in that color.

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    1. Happy you dropped in Gabriella

      Much love...

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  6. A very clever approach, Gillena.

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  7. How creative...Purple is my favorite color. Your poem is beautiful.

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    1. Glad you dropped in Susie

      Much love..



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  8. Clever use of the acrostic, Gillena. A lovely poem that goes far and deep! I enjoyed this one very much.

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