Thursday, April 14, 2016

Day 14 - Rhymes With Thirteen

Human 76 - A post-apocalyptic secret is in store for you soon!

That's all I've got for today's title...

Again, today's poem* will be a short one about Virginia Bluebells. It's time for them start blooming.

This image, “Bluebells In The Wood,” courtesy of Simon Howden at
This image, “Bluebells In The Wood,”
courtesy of Simon Howden


Beneath the trees,
Over the hills,
Between the trillium they rise

Pushing stalks
With azure buds
Up towards the sky.

Soon the Earth
Will match the heavens
For a little while

As swaying blooms
Dress the land
In formal floral style.

                      K.R. Smith

*I'm trying to write a poem each day for National Poetry Month. It's difficult to come up with original titles (that are interesting) for each post. I chose silly instead.

 Here are the links to the poems so far:

   Day 1 National Poetry Month - Kick-off (National Poetry Month)
   Day 2 Haiku, For You (Haiku)
   Day 3 A Poem For Free (The Good Morning Man)
   Day 4 Wait, There's Even More (Monday)
   Day 5 I'm Still Alive (TMI)
   Day 6 I'm Resorting To Tricks (A Walk Through Kipling's Wood)
   Day 7 It Almost Like Poetry Heaven (Metal Monsters)
   Day 8 I've Got A Lot On My Plate (The Ides Of April)
   Day 9 Another Poem Would Be Fine (Storm Spirit)
   Day 10 I'm At It Again (What A Tree Is Not)
   Day 11 Yes, Number Eleven (A U-Turn For The Worse)
   Day 12 I Feel Like One Of Santa's Elves (Avoiding The Plague Like The Plague)
   Day 13 By The Poetry Machine (Sounds Of A Spring Night)

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