#Diatelle: Rain

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Rain
Drops, drifts
Slow and swift
Falls from on high
Spring mornings gentle shift
From a pastel aqua washed sky
As it whispers to seeds in lilting sighs
Rise up tender greens, pushing through earth’s dark terrain
Be brave, embrace this life throw fears aside
Sweet blooms tempting bees flying by
Amber honey, their gift
Naught can deny
Warm sun kissed
Soft;mist
Rain

©2021 Linda Lee Lyberg

Colleen’s Weekly Poetry Challenge: #215: Poet’s Choice

Author’s Note: This is my first time writing a Diatelle poetry form, which is an optional poetry form for Colleen’s challenge.

dVerse Poets Pub: OLNCome join us today at dVerse where I am hosting Open Link Night. The pub opens at 3PM EST!

Linda Lee Lyberg is a wife, mother, artist, published poet and author. She resides in Mesa, AZ with her husband Pete (aka The Big Viking) of 24 years and their latest rescue, Jackson “Jax” Lyberg. Linda writes various forms of poetry, as well as short stories. You can read more of her works at: charmedchaos.com and view anthologies containing her work here: Amazon Author Page

65 Comments on “#Diatelle: Rain

  1. This is the first time I have come across this form and when I looked up the rules it seems complicated to write, but you have made it seem effortless with a lovely gentle flow of words!

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  2. This is absolutely gorgeous, Linda! I especially love; “Spring mornings gentle shift from a pastel aqua washed sky as it whispers to seeds in lilting sighs.”💝💝

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  3. A delightful raindrop-shaped poem, Linda; it sparkles like one too. I particularly love the lines:
    ‘Spring mornings gentle shift
    From a pastel aqua washed sky
    As it whispers to seeds in lilting sighs’.
    My kind of morning.

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  4. Oh this is absolutely lovely. And you make the form seem so effortless. It makes me long for gentle spring rains. Although I have to wait until the end om March beginning of April until that happens.

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  5. Very smoothly accomplished Ms L. I may give this form a shot sometime (not), Loved yours, though. And thanks for hosting the OLN. Cheers.

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  7. A Diatelle poetry form with an even flow to be in line with the raindrops from above. It is structurally pleasing to the eyes. Thanks for the prompt Linda!

    Hank

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  9. Just a perfect poem for today in Portland. I like the hopefulness of your words. I especially like this line, “As it whispers to seeds in lilting sighs”
    Thank you for sharing it with me today.

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  10. Hi Linda, we just moved to AZ from sunny CA in the heart of agribusiness. To read this beautiful poem coming from the desert… We haven’t seen blooming here yet, and the name of our street is Blooming Hills. I can’t wait to see this promise you write about. It’s a beautiful poem and form. 🙂

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