Kaleidoscope November

By lupus tenebrae

  



Reflecting on the shore of autumn nights,
reworking every chapter with a branch
extension of nostalgic winter plans.
Lovers are a sweet November sight.

The memories aloof, as April kites
are farther than the future Father Time,
upon an introspective less travelled,
reflecting on the shore of autumn nights

And never by the dawn of lantern lights
or cherry blossom showers shimmering,
would one replace the beauty of amore.
Lovers are a sweet November sight.

Reflecting on the shore of autumn nights
never felt as right without a whisper,
lovers are a sweet November sight. 

Unauthorized Copying Is Prohibited. Ask the author first.
Copyright 2012 lupus tenebrae
Published on Wednesday, February 15, 2012.     Filed under: "Structured" and "Poetry"

Author's Note:

*Repost* One of my personal favorites, and the favorite of others it seems.
Log In or Join (free) to see the special features here.

Comments on "Kaleidoscope November"

Log in to post comments.
  • A former member wrote: Structured poems are something i'd like to delve into. What specific structure is this? Did you simply pick a rhyme scheme yourself? Interesting. Sounds like a famous poem, something quoted by Emerson.

  • lupus tenebrae On Friday, April 19, 2013, lupus tenebrae (1022)By person wrote:

    The scheme goes along with the style, called villonnet; an amalgamation of villanelle and sonnet. I stumbled across it one day looking for something to test my skill at the time, it had that classic feel, but enough flexibility to be brought into a modern setting. Scholar

  • dwells On Thursday, February 16, 2012, dwells (5696)By person wrote:

    Thanks Wolfie, you da man! (to coin a golfing phrase) - cheers!

  • ColorMeToxic On Wednesday, February 15, 2012, ColorMeToxic (287)By person wrote:

    Definitely a favorite. Glad to see this back here. Scholar

Contribution Level

lupus tenebrae's Favorite Poets
lupus tenebrae's Favorite Works
Share/Save This Post



Join DarkPoetry Join to get a profile like this for yourself. It's quick and free.

How to Criticize Without Causing Offense
© 1998-2019 DarkPoetry LLC
Donate
[Join (free)]    [More Poetry]    [Get Help]    [Our Poets]    [Read Poems]    [Terms & Privacy]