Sunday, July 5, 2009

Simply Snickers Challenge

This week's Simply Snickers Challenge uses the words line, look, and lush. The accompanying painting is Camille Pissarro's Woman Hanging Laundry (1887).

Linens blowing against the line
Cool breezes whistling summertime
Fragrant blossoms dips in air
Lush gardens beckons unique flair

Chorus of children catching wind
Lingering on pastel skies
Mother looks upon her babe
Contently laying in the grass
Patiently awaiting mama's tickles


Judith Ellis said...

This is so very sweet. It breathes freshness, life and love.

septembermom said...

I feel like I'm there watching this mother and child interact. Lovely poem.

Kilauea Poetry said... know this is so uplifting with that immage..your words are just like that- breathes freshness. Hope you've had a great weekend-

Brosreview said...

Very sweet!!! Keep writing!!!

Nadege said...

a lovely, heartwarming poem write girl. a delightful lilt to the rhythm that gives this
poem a joyous feel.

Jane Doe said...

A splendid poem, very vivid. I can almost feel the breeze blowing and smell the fresh laundry. Great piece.

workerv said...

WG...You always do your best work at all
times. It never seems to fail. time after time
you top your best. "Great Stuff" We are
bless to be among the first to see your
wing span.:}

Anonymous said...

So delightful. I was right there hanging clothes on the line on a beautiful summer's day with a tot at my ankle wanting to play. I do so much remember those days. . . thanks for the poetic reminder! PLL, C.

Anonymous said...

How precious are your words bringing back
such pleasant thoughts. Love and tenderness.

Linda - Nickers and Ink said...

Loved - loved - loved reading this on a Sunday afternoon.

So rhythmic and filled with marvelous memories.

Thanks for participating at Simply Snickers. Next week's prompt is up!