Saffron Bonnets

 

 

Daffodils
Saffron bonnets
Spring’s manifested beacon
Mother Nature’s graceful pirouette
Hope

 

“Spring is a natural resurrection, an experience in immortality.”
~~ Henry David Thoreau ~~

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Image

© by rgb for “On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea”, 2011

 

 

 

 

POETRY POTLUCK Prompt:
Week 34 Theme
“Color, Spring and Rainbow”

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CloakedMonk’s MarchChallenge prompt – New World
http://cloakedmonk.com/2011/02/27/march-challenge/

Today marks the last entry of the March Challenge generously hosted by CloakedMonk. It has been an interesting and amusing month. Fellow poets introduced me to new forms of poetry; a couple of them I attempted; others I admire from a distance. 😉 I applaud the diligence put forth by our host and the participants. Thank you for sharing your creativity each day. May your creativity continue to flourish!

About becca givens

Becca is an artist, poet, and animal communicator. She delights in cooking, nurturing, and sharing a rich spiritual life with others on the Path.
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40 Responses to Saffron Bonnets

  1. stacylynnmar says:

    I enjoyed your blog and have had a great time perusing your blog. If you’re interested I’d love to have a poem to showcase on my blog, you can find info in the ‘about’ section.

    http://www.the-writers-cafe.blogspot.com/

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  2. What is it about Daffodils that lifts our spirits in spring? Perhaps their persistent color and disregard for late snow?

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    • Becca Givens says:

      Donna – for our hardiness zone – daffodils are the first sign spring is on its way. There may be snow or ice in the forecast … and then all of a sudden – the daffodils pretty bonnets “suddenly appear” providing the hope that cold weather’s end is in sight!

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  3. dragonkatet says:

    Oh, so true! I always look for the daffodils and jonquils in the spring. Your words do them justice and I absolutely love the fact that you quoted Thoreau!! 🙂

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  4. honeyhaiku says:

    Mother Nature’s graceful pirouette….this made my day!

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  5. Jingle says:

    hope and magic in nature is divine.
    A++

    lovely work.

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  6. Olivia says:

    Now, ain’t that serene?
    Very well woven.. the image is so complimenting!

    Hugs xox

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  7. kez says:

    lovely thank you so much

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  8. Beauty all the way!

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  9. seabell says:

    Hope is nature, the capacity of regenerating… I like it!

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  10. jennirey says:

    Another Cinquain.. Bravo!!! Love it.. tres cool ..

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  11. trisha says:

    amen. wow! a poem full of beauty and grandeur.

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  12. espriurenee says:

    Thank You! Beautifully espressed. I will be keeping tabs on your Blog to see what you are up to next.

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  13. Jingle says:

    your words sing,
    lovely hope and spring..

    🙂

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  14. Lovely and colorful contribution!

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  15. Pat Cegan says:

    Well, Rebecca, you continue to surprise and delight us! It has been such a long time since I saw a sweep of daffodils. I was always so grateful to see them as winter was always difficult for me. Hugs, pat

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  16. Mike Patrick says:

    What a lovely way to close out the challenge.

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  17. vivinfrance says:

    Just beautiful, Becca: It cheered me up this wet and windy day.

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  18. Laurie Kolp says:

    Becca~ I love “Mother Nature’s graceful pirouette”… spring does offer hope, doesn’t it… maybe that’s why I love it so much.

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  20. John says:

    Another beauty, becca….you flourish with the written word and I feel there is no poetic form you could not master, or at the very least, embrace with all your heart. I also love Henry David Thoreau….thanks for sharing.

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