Thursday, May 23, 2013

The House Of Gold



you see that house of gold
right around the corner
as you turn east
into the horizontal landscape
notice how the dandelions crane their neck
to have a closer look
at what lies beyond
the brownish shades

a few hours later
these dandelions bloom
orbs of power
fertilized with gold dusts
they rise into the horizon
kissing the eastern skies


This Poem is shared with Magpie Tales - Mag 169.





22 comments:

  1. An inspiration sort of , that made them bloom and kiss the sky...Brilliant take on the prompt..as always :)

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  2. Nicely expressed. I do like the idea of dandelions craning their necks! So true....they do.

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  3. Gorgeous love the way you use language!

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  4. You always have the most amazing takes on prompts my friend. This was no exception.

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  5. Beautifully related the Gold and dandelions charm :)

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  6. Your poem is lovely, one of my favorites this week!

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    1. Thank You Helen :-) This means a lot to me !!!

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  7. Love the way you have described the dandelions...craning their necks and kissing the sky...marvelous GS!!

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  8. Love how you've taken sth so ordinary as a dandelion and given it power with your words!

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  9. Reading your poem and then looking back at the picture, the dandelions do appear craning their necks for a closer look! It's always interesting the different details that strikes each observer.

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  10. This is a lovely take on the prompt!

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