Captain Cur

Rookie - 293 Points (England)

Armored Hawk of War


Parapets feint amongst the dawn's cruel violent skies,
blue toned mountain meadows shade brooding endless streams,
mirror lakes engulfing highland weeping pines
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  • Rookie - 416 Points Shahzia Batool (6/27/2013 4:26:00 AM)

    mirror lakes engulfing highland weeping pines //
    Red spired cathedrals invade the mounting morning mist; //
    Diving swoops regains the breeze turning quickly falls,
    pushing currents, backward strokes then rests within our walls. //

    these are the lines in which i saw the scenes...
    the poem is an answer to the question...what is the richness of diction? (Report) Reply

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