Winter diamante

 

MindLoveMisery’s Menagerie  gives us a counted syllable shape poem today:   Joseph’s Star, with lines of  1 3 5 7 7 5 3 1 syllables.

 

A
grey mist fell,
shrouded the winter
day which had started so well
That’s January, a month
of fickle weather –
expected
then

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12 Responses to Winter diamante

  1. I like this one.

    Should there not be a comma after ‘expected’; or am I reading it wrong?

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  2. catterel says:

    Well done – music is numbers, and poetry is music.

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  3. Mother Nature sure has been fickle thus far…we’ll see. 🙂

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  4. J says:

    Yup — that’s January 😉
    And you’ve worked with a (dreaded!) syllable-counter very well here. So glad you gave it a shot — it’s wonderful 😀

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  5. C.C. says:

    Yes, January is full of fickle weather for sure. But, this is such a pleasant way to depict that truth.

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  6. humbird says:

    Very wintry, reminds me how we like to make ourselves upset by expectations…, but sometimes they’re helpful!

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  7. Wow, hard work this poetry. Well done…a picture of January for sure

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  8. Misky says:

    Oh well done, Viv! This is perfect.

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  9. restlessjo says:

    This is tricky but you’ve worked it so well! Very apt title too, Viv 🙂

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  10. It is expected but dreaded. We’ve had several days of it. I am ready for some sun. Your poem is lovely break in this gloom.

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