here in this morning breeze
a flurry of blossoms
afloat, pleasing balsam
whose time has come
The elements of the Abhanga are:
- stanzaic, written in any number of 4 line stanzas.
- syllabic, 6-6-6-4 syllables each
- rhymed L2 and L3 rhyme. Often internal rhyme is employed. End rhyme scheme x a a x , x being unrhymed.
Near Conklin Ave
I couldn’t get a full shot of this one, even if I had gone up on that tiny porch.(Avenue J) And that was a no no.
In Park Slope
On Bedford Ave I think. I love that they went all-in with the red🙂
on Conklin Ave
For Thursday doors over at No Facilities with Dan.
To see what others posted, or to participate go here
a swift wind
pruning dead branches
For Ronovan Writes Haiku where the prompt words are Branch & Swift. To participate or read others go here
I keep you
deep in my heart
you waltzed in
and never left
ever so often
I find myself hiding you
in my poetry
yes – I do keep you
deep in my heart
For dVerse Poets Pub where Grace is hosting and the prompt is body parts as metaphors To read or join in go here
For Thursday Doors over at No Facilities with Dan. To participate or just look at doors from all over go here.
I think it’s a flower, looks more like buds on the way to being something fancy.
spring has sprung
no cherry blossoms yet
but everything else
wears a knowing smile
#Flower of the Day, to see other entries go here.
For Thursday Doors over at Dan’s No Facilities. To see other entries go here
Coming to you from my archives🙂
Apt building entrance Eastern Pkway , Brooklyn
Lower Manhattan, E30 the Street
Apartment building in Empire Blvd. Weird how I can look at these and remember where they were taken.
This one is pretty cluttered with all that’s going on, but I really like it. Reminds me of my room🙂. This was taken in Flatbush Ave.
Residence in Park Slope
The first red one was taken in Manhattan. The others were taken around Brooklyn.
For Thursday Doors with Dan over at No Facilities. To view other entries go here.
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