Friday, March 22, 2013

Genesis


Spring boom-burst ‘s
reached the sky
Universe – applauded.

Cool sun–clouds
& wind-whisperer
storm-palms up.

Trees twig-birds loudly
threatened men
toga-cave songs.

Women bee-flowers
sway-joy spread-dance
revealing cage-men-hunter.
      
     03.20.2014


Read more at: d'Verse Kennings - the metaphor of Scalds

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21 comments:

  1. That we need a recharge indeed.

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  2. ha...i love spring boom-bursting...and wind-whisper
    yikes on the cagemen hunters though...

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  3. Trees twig-birds loudly
    threatened men
    toga-cave songs... ha, birds get on the roof of my house and they're so loud they wake me... smiles.. nice write

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  4. What an effective use of kennings here! The women bee-flowers especially made me smile.

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  5. yes, the women motivate the men - nicely put

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  6. That's the beautiful thing about Genesis..
    It is not a beginning..
    IT IS
    NOW..:)
    AlWays hope
    IN
    NOW..!
    The creativity..in creation activity..
    of
    NOW..:)

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  7. Fun poem - nice group of kennings to give the poem extra texture!

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  8. I specially like Trees twig-birds loudly and Women bee-flowers - I can only hope for spring to come finally ~

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  9. The contrasts in the last sentence.. bee-flowers.. love that kenning for woman.. (wish I had written it myself)... thank you for a wonderful addition.

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    1. Thanks for introducing such fun form :)

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  10. spring boom-burst over here as well... with a loud bang...that was just the word i was searching for all the time...nice

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  11. oh i love the women bee-flowers..enjoying spring boom-bursts...

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  12. Love this! So well done. A great kenning.

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  13. Very evocative use of kennings in your poem, humbird!

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  14. Thank you to all! Enjoyed this challenge!

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  15. This is beautiful. You showcase the poetry in photosynthesis, pollination, and blooming. Wonderful.

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  16. vivid! you infused life into this!

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