“A Crazy Chattering” The Sunday Whirl # 113

Nothing whispers
like a moonshine kiss
when the garden sleeps in
life’s cool embrace
emerging from day’s
molten cave

Small scoops of rain
sprinkle leaves,
filling split, dry earth,
cutting through the land,
giggling in gullies

A crazy chattering of colours
wakes with morning,
falling on senses,
never shattering,
only to fill with hope.

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19 responses to ““A Crazy Chattering” The Sunday Whirl # 113

  1. Lovely, lovely poem – full of beautiful wordplay. Bravo.

  2. And hope is everything. Nicely written.

  3. Enchanting words!

  4. full of sweet dawn

  5. a crazy chattering of colours…i love that pamela…the new dawn always fills me with hope…a fresh day to start anew…

  6. You brought it to life… and where there’s life…

  7. Very playful, and exceptionally vivid imagery, pamela. I love the ‘aliveness’ of you phrases, and especially the ending.

  8. That’s what life is, full of hope and full of anticipation! Nicely Pamelita!

    Hank

  9. What a gentle, joyful take on the words! I love this poem!Whirl 113

  10. Love the beautiful word play, my friend. I came up empty again, hoping for next week. What you do continues to startle and enchant me. Thank you,

    Elizabeth

  11. Gorgeous writing, Pamela!

  12. Wonderful, wonderful, as usual! I though the words this week were a lot of fun, so I could not help being funny – or at least trying to be.

    http://paulatohlinecalhoun1951.wordpress.com/2013/06/16/choosing-desertion/

  13. Walking in a night garden is a treat when the rustle and squeak of night time creatures accompany you.

  14. Kisses and gardens are good anytime, anywhere.

  15. Lovely and ending with hope… nice!

  16. Love this, Pamela…

    Nothing whispers
    like a moonshine kiss
    when the garden sleeps in

  17. This is so joyful and it seems like a wonderful day in early June for me here!! Loved the second verse….
    “Small scoops of rain
    sprinkle leaves,
    filling split, dry earth,
    cutting through the land,
    giggling in gullies”
    there is so much happiness in those early first showers!!

    Pamela do try the correct link at #16 as I had accidentally given the wrong link at #14!!

  18. Visit the warm climte of south Florida…though between the hours of 2 and 4 am torrential rains… hope for those plants that always seem so dry…
    Nicely wordled.

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