sailing the mares of night

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The Oracle gave me another lai, the featured poetic form at dVerse for May.  She began with darkness and ended with light.  They are always switching places it seems.

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what blackness this storm?
it covers the moon
and sky

beneath shadowed dream
wind remakes the when
of why

time sings of spring sun
the light whispers come–
don’t cry

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29 responses to “sailing the mares of night”

  1. robertawrites235681907 says :

    Such lovely words, Kerfe.

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  2. merrildsmith says :

    Storms to light, dreams, whispers, and time–perfect. The last stanza is like a lullaby.

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  3. D. Wallace Peach says :

    Even the title is poetic. I enjoyed the dreamlike quality of this one, Kerfe.

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  4. boundlessblessingsblog says :

    Beautiful words, Marta so true for the coming of goodness.

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  5. Jane Dougherty says :

    Wind and storms and rhymes. You got the why and the when that Merril gets too. She was in fine form yesterday, predictive and encouraging.

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  6. Jill Kuhn says :

    Your colors are so vibrant and lovely!! 💚💙💜

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  7. sarahsouthwest says :

    Oh, that’s lovely. It’s softer than a lot of the lais I’ve seen, you’ve kept the rhythm, but somehow it feels gentler, less bouncy. I think it’s the trickiest form yet.

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  8. Frank Hubeny says :

    I like the whispering of light.

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  9. msjadeli says :

    In the first (whole) piece, I swear I can see silhouettes of horses!

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  10. petrujviljoen says :

    Loved it truly.

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