Seasons winners

Seasons winners

The plan for the very last post of the challenge was to select a winner for each season, but after I’ve read them all again it seemed really difficult to choose only one post. And then Victoria from liv2write2day had a Monday Morning Writing Prompt–Random Creativity where we had to open the dictionary to random pages and choose words about ten times or oftener and to construct a poem or short piece of prose and the idea came to me. I chose lines of your posts and here is my Thank you poem to all of you that took part in the challenge and shared with me time and thoughts!

Four seasons and a bit more

In a challenge we engaged
our minds and strength.
Into the light of Spring
blossoms were dancing
to the tune of change.
Feast for our senses,
the sun has returned.
Desires in flowers duet,
we celebrated youth
with free breaths,
to the moment when nature
will be awake again.

In a summer bliss
childhood memories touched
the darling buds of May.
Sultry, lighting sparks
and chaos within our hearts,
we dreamed of shimmering
jasmine scent.
The touch of the wind on pears,
the kiss under summer rain,
gave us love and passion
with sea taste.

We made a wish for forever Autumn,
we hoped to find a land East of Eden
while the leaves kept falling,
accepting the inevitability
of this lonely season.
Sweeter than a butterfly,
the memories of Midnight in Paris,
honored the red and gold colors
of a splendid sunrise.
Fresh beginnings to forget
the Waltz of death before we too,
find ourselves lost in a sad music.

Quietly pirouetting in on
silvery-toed slippers of snow
Winter came on the wings of eagles.
Like a frozen rose and a February song
the stars whispered Christmas tales
in the Midnight blue to hide
the shadow of a smile,
the cry of a lonely wolf.
And the warmth seemed so distant
but we still appreciated winter,
for it was and it will be
the spring of genius.

And the beginning marked the end,
where many thoughts were shared.
Still we rise to the sound of
tree songs and soulful freedom,
treasuring the love for words and wisdom.

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Thank you Jamie, Cherlyn, Corina, Victoria, Eclipse, Mish, Leo, Jingle, Nimue, Melanie.

"Four Seasons" courtesy http://tx.english-ch.com/

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© 2011  Broken Sparkles

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17 Responses to “Seasons winners”

  1. siggiofmaine Says:

    Great idea…enjoyed your post very much…
    ☮ ♥. Siggi in Downeast Maine

  2. ladynimue Says:

    awesomely said !!!! am glad i cud be a part of this some way :)

  3. Cherlyn Says:

    That was a wonderful poem!! I agree, all the posts were amazing, I’d have a hard time picking a winner too – I like this way better, plus it shows off your amazing writing skills :)

    Thanks for creating this little challenge, i really enjoyed it, and really liked reading what everyone else picked :).

  4. mish Says:

    I really had a blast with the challenge (even though I missed out on two seasons …) and enjoyed visiting other participants and reading their contributions … there’s such a wealth of writing talent !! I am also delighted to have met you through the challenge and will keep in touch .

  5. mish Says:

    Oh … and the poem was the perfect conclusion to the challenge ! Well done Blaga !

  6. Jamie Dedes Says:

    This is lovely, Blaga, and the perfect wrap to the MOST fun challenge since I’ve been blogging…Thank you.

    The pleasure of participating was its own “award” … I still have to catch up on everyone’s posts and look forward to doing so this weekend or early next week.

    Blessing to you Blaga and to all who participated and shared their faves and themselves.

    Jamie

  7. Victoria Ceretto-Slotto Says:

    What a stunning climax to such a fun and challenging month of favorites. Your poem is so exquisite. Thank you so very much. Can’t wait to see what you come up with next, my friend.

  8. eclipseofthemoon Says:

    A beautiful post Blaga….So nice to be a part of your enchanting poetry :)
    Thank You

  9. dragonkatet Says:

    I agree this was a perfect ending to this challenge! It was such a delight reading about others’ favorites and learning some new stuff, too. Thanks again for putting it together, Blaga. Your piece here is a fabulous tribute to all of these fine writers, and I appreciate all the work you put into it. :)


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