Senses | Teen Ink


October 31, 2009
By BookWorm579 PLATINUM, Elk Grove, California
BookWorm579 PLATINUM, Elk Grove, California
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Favorite Quote:
"à cœur vaillant rien d’impossible [nothing is impossible to a willing heart]" -French Proverb

Silent drops tremble
Before they tumble
Make a circlet ripple
On the mirror liquid puddle

A gentle shifting
A tiny head lifting
Bedewed petals spreading
Perfect life sifting
Water from an earthly bedding

Titanic giants rustling
A thousand birds bristling
Through greening leaves bustling
Breeze-blown branches whistling

The pounding air rises
As every living eye is
As the orb of the skies is
Hoisted above
The singing forest.

The author's comments:
I went for consonant rhymes in this poem. After I finished writing I noticed that all four classical elements have a stanza devoted to them.

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