Monday, April 24, 2017

Partners in Poetry--ayaz daryl nielsen and Peggy Dugan French, United States

can’t turn away
By ayaz daryl nielsen and Peggy Dugan French, United States

things will blend together, as they do
you can’t turn away
new beginnings approaching
true Spring has yet to set in
your memory returns with the iris
endowing and inhabiting
I smile at the thought of us…

27 comments:

  1. What gorgeous words of hope--you can't turn away/new beginnings approaching...
    It's true memory does return with spring green, the iris, the delicacy of buds and lacy leaves. Even the air is sweet.
    I like " I smile at the thought of us...am smiling at the thought of you ayaz and you Peggy.
    Thank you. Thank you.

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    1. Thank you so much Jo for your kind words! I am so glad you enoyed the piece so much, it is great inspirration to read your words! Thank You!

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  2. Dear Daryl & Peggy,
    Spoken truth, Neatly and nicely said.
    Love it.
    Yancy

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    1. Thank you Yancy, I am so glad you enjoyed the piece so much!

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    2. I'm sure happy to be a part of Whispers with
      writers like you two in it. Wow! such
      greatness in colaboration
      Yancy

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    4. three cheers for Yancy! and three more!

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    5. Your welcome and also thanks, Ayaz or Daryl.
      Which name do you like to go by? I like
      your humor and style.
      Yancy

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  3. Lovely little Gem ! Small Is Beautiful! Thanks for sharing your words. Keith , UK.

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    1. Thank you for responding Keith, so glad you liked it!

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  4. A beautiful collaboration with a superb ending! Aloha, Connie

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    1. Thank you so much Connie for your kind words, so glad you enjoyed the piece.

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  5. Great collaboration Daryl & Peggy. Thank you for sharing it with us.

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  6. Dear Peggy and ayaz,
    Thank you for this gentle poem so full of tenderness brought on by the season.
    Blessings,
    Michael

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    1. Thank you for publishing the work Michael!

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  7. Less is more. It sure is for this lovely poem

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    1. Thank yo Daginne, much appreciated!

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    2. had a relative from the old country named Daginne!

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  8. Ayaz and Peggy,
    A wonderful collaboration. I enjoyed it very much.
    Yours truly,
    David Fox

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