Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Crystalline Wings--By Audrey Haick--United States

Crystalline Wings

The trodden pathway of brown pebble stones and grass
Leads to a hidden meadow below a mountain pass
Where soft gentle winds flow endless from blue skies
Whispering secrets to agile dragonflies
That frolic in sunshine amongst daffodils 
Wings with touches of gold dip low just for thrills 
As bumble bees hum; and a bird playfully sings …
Watching sun rays reflect on crystalline wings

Audrey, a.k.a. Annalise Brigham resides in beautiful Maryland, U.S.A. A Mother to one amazing daughter.  She's also a published author and loves writing and reading poetry.

15 comments:

  1. Yes, I agree the sun projects magic on life that would otherwise be ordinary! Beautifully written, Audrey! Hope to read more! Sheri / www.poetryandbeyond.net

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    1. Thank you for your lovely comment, Sheri...I enjoyed it as much as you did! I look forward to reading some of yours as soon as possible. And thank you for the web address also.

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  2. A very beautiful poem, Audrey. Thank you for sharing and continued blessings!

    -MJ (www.tgbtgpublictions.com)

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    1. Hi Maurice...Thank you very much for reading "Crystalline Wings"....one of my favorites. Nature's endless beauty always astounds. I have not visited TGBT Publications. com as yet, but I hope to, very soon. Thanks again and blessings to you too.

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  3. Dear Audrey,

    A lovely poem of nature's beauty and of "crystalline wings" a wonder to observe in peaceful settings such as this. A beautifully written poem with descriptive imagery and a joy to read. Thank you for sharing your poetry with us.

    Sandra

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    1. Hi Sandra! Thank you so much for reading my poem....it's one of my favorite poems...I am happy you feel the peace the imagery was meant to portray. God bless and take care, Sandra. Love to you!

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  4. Hi Audrey/Annalise! This is lovely and captivating; love the imagery; transports me to the Lake District where Wordsworth found acres of inspiration. May your muse always fly on crystalline wings! // paul

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    1. Paul, I thank you for the wonderful comment on "Crystalline Wings". I'm very happy it transported you to Wordsworth's place of inspiration! Now, he was beyond amazing!! I am looking forward some of yours, soon. ~*~ Audrey

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  5. Dear Audrey,

    How I love your description of the life a dragonfly brings to a garden. A beautiful, artistic presentation.

    Have you seen the Kevin Costner movie "Dragonfly"? It's amazing, but in a different way from your beautiful poem.

    Love you,
    Carolyn

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    1. Thank you Carolyn! Just like the bees, the dragonflies seem to be disappearing too. Have you noticed that? Yes, "Dragonfly" was wonderful! I feel that his movies are really good and he's not giving enough credit...just my opinion. : )
      Love,
      Audrey

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  6. Thank you, Jack Horne, for the following--

    Audrey - just beautiful, my friend

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    1. Hey Jack, Thank you much, my dear friend. xx

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