Wordless Wednesday

Dappled ©Karin Bole Tupper

©Karin Bole Tupper

Dandelion Wisdom ~ Tanka X

Age comes to us all
A burst of vitality
Vibrant as the sun
Fading to transparency
Like ghosts of the stars

~ kei
17 July 2015

Taraxacum ©Karin Bole Tupper

Taraxacum ©Karin Bole Tupper

Summer Breeze ~ Tanka IX

Heeding Haiku With HA ~ 15 July 2015

Hey Blue Eyes it’s me
Loving memory’s frisson
We live forever
In the chords of summer breeze
And Polaroid summer sun

~ kei
15 July 2015

©Karin Bole Tupper

©Karin Bole Tupper

From today’s prompt:

Cirocumulus ~ Acrostic IX

Clear And Vision Unlimited

Iridescent sunbeams radiating

Reflections of precious gems

Opal and moonstone

Contained in a jewel box of sky

Under sapphire canopy

Morning light transformed

Undulating with each invisible breeze

Like a whisper of cerulean silk

Upon Nephele’s milky breast

Sweet summer sky

~ kei
22 June 2015

©Karin Bole Tupper

©Karin Bole Tupper

Definition of Acrostic form sourced from: Shadow Poetry:

“Acrostic Poetry is where the first letter of each line spells a word, usually using the same words as in the title.”

Litha Blessings ~ Cinquain IV

Vervain my crown
The veil becomes thinner
The Holly King resumes his throne

~ kei
21 June 2015

Bright Litha blessings!

Bright Litha blessings!


Definition of the Cinquain form from Shadow Poetry:

“Cinquain is a short, usually unrhymed poem consisting of twenty-two syllables distributed as 2, 4, 6, 8, 2, in five lines. It was developed by the Imagist poet, Adelaide Crapsey.”

For more about this form visit Shadow Poetry here.