Duane Botzek

Spring Lilacs - Poem by Duane Botzek

Eyewitness of nature’s loom
When lilacs with long
Locks of blooms
Illumine my kitchen counter
Before the vase
Gathers them…
Scenting, banqueting
Crafting and dining
A living room

Their bright aroma
Shrieks out ascent of May
Accented by green leaves
Where birds nest - engulfed in perfume;
Sun, and color-woven
In lilacs’ purple costume
Springing through
The threaded tapestry
Of natures loom

Comments about Spring Lilacs by Duane Botzek

  • Adeline Foster (7/24/2012 4:08:00 PM)

    Hey, that's good, and from a male point of view, excellent. Read mine - Hand Haying -
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  • (2/1/2012 4:01:00 PM)

    Personally I associate purple with lavender - this is my favourite one... For some reason I find the word 'lilac' to be an annoying onomatopoeia, but your poem is very beautiful. I love the visuals, I love its scent...
    Thank you for sharing...
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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, February 1, 2012

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