Snow

Snow

A Poem by Honeypot
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Alliteration

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Softly

slowly

falling from

a silver sky

 

Sinking through

silent air

 

Forming soppy

silhouettes that

spread and

soak through

coat sleeves

 

Same as

he smoothly

seeped into

her soul

© 2010 Honeypot



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the subtleness of the last verse was excellent. Excellently scripted piece- giving an aura of a desription of a snowy day but making a bang with the comparison at the end. very smart xx

Posted 6 Years Ago


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Posted 7 Years Ago


Very subtle. The twist at the end was wonderful! It put a smile on my face at 8:40 in the morning. :)

Posted 7 Years Ago


I love this kind of poetry as gentle and sweeping as the evening sun that sets ever so softly merging with the blue sky as lovers dreamily look upon it...Same as

he smoothly

seeped into
her soul
that phrase took my breath away :)

Posted 7 Years Ago


I love the 's' alliteration! The 's' sound can take on so many moods and I love how it ends with this sultry and sexy undertone in the final stanza. Snow is a beautiful thing, but I'm glad summer is here, haha. Excellent write Honey!

Posted 7 Years Ago


honey and beautiful and i'm going to say''some might express beauty in its richness,only honey can seep into its tenderness and delicacy'',,,your love for snow,,,the silvery whites have made this surreal,ethereal,eternal,,,,

Posted 7 Years Ago


What a beautiful, tender glimpse of snow.. and so much more.. The aliteration moves profoundly into the sort of dance.. Loved this write!

Posted 7 Years Ago


wow beautiful. I like this brilliant piece. I like the way this one flows.

Posted 7 Years Ago


An exellent metaphor. The image stays like an afterimage. Well done. The "s" sound was constant throughout.

Posted 7 Years Ago


The words quickly turned into images of snow falling, which I think is the whole purpose of poetry!

Posted 7 Years Ago



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Honeypot
Honeypot

Lynchburg, VA



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