Rain-soaked

A splash of bluebells floods
the shadow tumbled woods,
newly soaked with morning scented rain
glittering in the early sunshine.
Gun-metal sky and silver-
bellied clouds have sunk in the bluebell river,
granting a watery wish
for crisp chromatic colours, fresh
and spring clean.

Kim M. Russell, 21st May 2018

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My poem for dVerse Poets Pub Quadrille #57 – rain

I’m hosting over at dVerse Poets Pub today, the second Monday of the month when we take any meaning of one word and transform it into 44 poetic words.  I chose the word ‘rain’. Come and join us in writing rain-drenched poems!

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71 thoughts on “Rain-soaked

  1. Such wonderful, vivid and vibrant imagery in this, Kim!💜 Love the “Gun-metal sky and silver-bellied clouds.” Beautifully executed.💜

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  2. kaykuala

    bellied clouds have sunk in the bluebell river,
    granting a watery wish

    The blessings of a benevolent river in a clean-up endevour!

    Hank

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