A Whisper Sets Dreams Adrift

A Whisper Sets Dreams Adrift

“Hush”, the gentle breeze softly sings.

Under it’s spell, rich, green boughs sway

Rocking, rocking the day away.

The last hue, pink, to darkness clings

As the birds tuck away their wings.

Peppered is the sky with wings swift

As the nightfall symphonies lift.

The cosmos’ ebony consumes.

Moonlit honeysuckle perfumes.

“Hush”, a whisper sets dreams adrift.


Written by © 2021 Heather – Home Study From The Grateful Heart  

All Right Reserved

Photo: “The Starry Night” by Vincent van Gogh, is an oil on canvas painting by the Dutch Post-Impressionist painter.

I wrote this poem in response to Ronovan Writes Décima Poetry Challenge Prompt No. 45. We were asked to use the word SWIFT in the C rhyme line.

If you are new to the décima style:

THE QUICK DESCRIPTION OF HOW TO WRITE A DÉCIMA:

  1. There are 10 lines of poetry that rhyme.
  2. 8 syllables per line.
  3. There is a SET RHYMING PATTERN we must stick to. ABBAACCDDC OR  two stanzas of ABBA/ACCDDC.
Ronovan Writes Decima Challenge Image

Published by Home Study from the Grateful Heart

Welcome new friends. I'm Heather, a homeschooling mama raising three children alongside my husband. I love to walk our two dogs, photograph nature, and write poetry. As a family, we love reading together, creating art, sports and all things nature. We also enjoy sharing our learning experiences with friends and creating co-op opportunities. I enjoy writing about our homeschool adventures, as well as nature and sharing recipes. My heart is grateful for my family, our homeschool, our friends and homeschool community, as well as the nature around us. In addition to following my blog, you can find me on Facebook at Home Study from the Grateful Heart.

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