Inquisitive Eyes

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Soaring in a cerulean cloudless morning sky
a festive flock of bright whimsical jewels
with turquoise tail feathers and peach-fuzz masks
such a dazzling sight sublime
to the inquisitive eyes
of my temptress muse
so I must pick up my slender pen
and upon the stark white paper
scratch her beautiful words again

©2019 Linda Lee Lyberg

Author’s Note: And here we are, the last day of NaPoWriMo. I want to thank all those that gave me the encouragement and will to keep writing. I have grown as a poet, I’ve learned to listen to my tender muse and give her free reign, and I have gleaned so much knowledge reading from my fellow poets. Together, we are such a strong community from all over the world. WE DID IT!!!

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27 Comments on “Inquisitive Eyes

  1. To capture that which takes our breath away and to describe it differently each time… is quite an effort.

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  2. This is gorgeously written, Linda! ❤️ It has been a pleasure reading your work this month. Congratulations on making it through NaPoWriMo! We did it!! 😀

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  3. I love the contrast between the vivid colours of the opening lines and the stark whiteness of the paper waiting for those beautiful words to be scratched on it.

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  4. How can anyone blame a muse for not being able to resist the lure of beauty that begs to be inked into more? This is lovely!

    Congrats on all the April poem(ing).

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