(summer Poems) Some Haiku And Tankas) Sunbathing And Eating Al Fresco

Rating: 3.3

White cloud’s hand turning
tipping over sky blue bowl,
sun pours out on us

Barbecue ribs, browning flesh –
we taste salt and relish.


Blue sky, blue orchids,
blue leaves, blue lavender
blue deckchair, blue eyes

Blue shadows on sunny path,
all blue today but not us


“It is thyme, ” she said
“Time for what? ” he questioned
chopping herbs. “Dinner”

Barbecue – lives spiced with love
they’ve all the time in the world.
Monday, June 29, 2009
Wyndon Villafuerte 06 July 2009
These poems bring back memories of past summers. Really awesome write!
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Susan Jarvis 29 June 2009
These little gems twinkle with the essence of Summer - just a soupcon of sauce, gives them the Janice Windle sparkle! Delicious S ;)
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Janice, these three poems are particularly clever with there double meanings. With Sunbathing I loved 'we taste salt and relish'. With Summertime Blues the repetition worked so well with blue, In Thyme the last line did it for me! These are so well crafted. Well Done! 10 Karin Anderson
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rago rago 29 June 2009
enjoyed reading and really reflects passion for write .......
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