The Daily Prompt – Reprieve 2

These rays of sunshine spreads joy around

A kiss from Mother Nature to gladden the heart

A warm liberation from the hands of the cold winter

Makes me float in the air with admiration

As I move away all the assemblages of winter

Away from her clutches and trappings

Away from her crispness and harshness

Away from the constant flu and nauseous feelings

Away from the teary eyes and icy feet

Away from the whining and irritations of snow time


Paradise, I welcome thee

For thou art here to placate me with ice-creams 

And smoother me with overflowing excitement

As I inhale the whole frenzy in the air

The flowery buds of the tulips dazzle my eyes

And the ocean breeze speaks peace to my soul

I am intoxicated by these summer razzmatazz

These new paintings on the landscapes

The new heaven

The perfect reprieve from the hands of the cold winter


Submitted for the Daily Prompt – Reprieve.

Peace and Love!

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13 thoughts on “The Daily Prompt – Reprieve 2

  1. Wonderfully written. Loving the way that you laced your words together into a piece of wondrous poetry. The layout and the theme that you chose for your blog really suits your style of writing. Hope to see more from you. Have hope, write on!

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    1. It’s nice to meet you too. Lol. Ice cream is a prominent feature at summer times when it is consumed more and a huge delight too. But perhaps there will be a more befitting word if you think it’s not appropriate for the poem. I welcome opinions. 🙂

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  2. Oh no, I love the use of the word – I wish it had come to my mind to use. You may have to copyright the combo. So many words are commonly used together and I think we should be free to use dazzling displays of ingenuity. 😊

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