"I am hearing poetry when awake, dreaming poetry when asleep, breathing poetry with each breath, I am living in a poem."

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Little Girls Dream in Rainbows ~ NWCU Wednesday Wake-Up Call 9/26/12

 New World Creative Union's Wednesday Wake-Up Call
set before us this challenge to get our creativity flowing.
Take the following items and create something from them:
 prose, a poem, a sketch, a watercolor, et cetera.
 All of the following items must be a part,
 and distinguishable, of whatever you create:

1. The colors yellow, blue, and green
2. A triangle.
3. Peace
4. Lilacs.
5. A child.


I know. I know. I twisted a few of them into poetic license. :)



 Little girls’ dreams
are made of lilac
scented moons
and dancing under
a yellow sunflower sun.

Imagination is
the pillow they
lay their head upon
letting angel wings
carry them to visions
of apple green stars
and blue candy striped skies.


Silver triangle wind chimes
play nursery rhyme tunes
as giggles escape from
bubblegum smiles.

Night sings its lullaby of peace
as it rocks their cradle dreams
until daylight brushes their eyelids
to awaken them from sleep.



©Susie Clevenger 2012




11 comments :

Anna Montgomery said...

What beautiful dreams, a lovely response to the prompt!

Fred Rutherford said...

Beautiful Poem. Produces such a nice feeling as you read it. Thanks

moondustwriter said...

the dreams of a child - so sweet

Laurie Kolp said...

So sweet and pure innocence.

Mama Zen said...

Oh, delightful!

Chasing Tao said...

Nice combination of images and the written word Susie, Susie, and I love the flow...like a carousel ride! Applause! Roger ☺

Joanne Elliott said...

It's almost like a lullaby. Such sweet dreams. :-)

Natasha Head said...

Beautiful Susie...your words being the calm, the images the imagination,and I'm whisked away to the world I so lovingly remember...hard in the real world to cling to that sense of innocense, and writes like this allow me to relive those moments...thank you :)

Sheila said...

mmmmm...this one made me sleepy-relaxed, Susie. Just precious. Great photos as well.

Sheila

Beth Winter said...

I want to be a little girl again :D Wonderful

Len Williams~ Carver said...

Such a beautiful fanciful poem, love the photo.

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