A Peaceful Hush (her morning)

A Peaceful Hush (her morning)

A Poem by Richard
"

Mollietta

"



A Peaceful Hush

Through sheer lace curtains
 sunlight greets her eyes,
 to early dove song’s
 cooing calls to rise.

A stretch, or two,
 the shutters then thrown wide ...
 life’s splend'rous wonders
 on display outside.

Lies morning dew’s brocade
 spread 'cross the lawn ...
 caught in each drop
 glints sunbeams'
 spark'ling dawn.

Rise steamy mists,
 in ghostly arabesques ...
 stand floral colours,
 tall and statuesque.

Wends warmly through …
 a gentle breeze’s brush,
 whilst all around takes on
  … a peaceful hush.


Richard W. Jenkins
 ©2015





"1st Place Winner"

in

The Blue Rose Challenge


© 2016 Richard



Author's Note

Richard
"Mollietta"
An original form created by Mollie Reckitt, from Ely, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom, in 2013.
Rules:
No limit to number of verses, with a five verse minimum, each verse has twenty-syllables in any configuration, rhyming is author's choice.

Picture, compliments of Wikimedia Commons.

Constructive critique is always welcome! : )

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I love reading your poetry and then learning about the structure you used, which I always sense in the background, but does not overtake the beauty or flow of the words. This is a visual delight, and I see everything described, hear and feel nature awakening my senses as if I am in that front yard. I am so swept into that experience, I no longer notice there is a person there also seeing all this through her window, and at some moment I wonder what she is thinking when she looks out- I don't remember what called me back to her. I have several whimsical thoughts- an answering poem- like call and response, you know, of the man standing in his front yard, also experiencing the morning and then catching sight of her. Or of her night, when she closes the shutters after taking in the hush that falls late in the evening, after everyone has fallen asleep. I guess I want to hear more of this place, or her, like you want to know the story behind a beautiful and mesmerizing painting. Thank you so much for that morning, ss I sit here in my morning, waking up.

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Richard

1 Year Ago

So, you selected this one to review instead of the clouds 'n river piece, eh? : )

Ah.. read more
Marianne Rose

1 Year Ago

I did a short review of "Clouds. . ." - it was when I was trying desperately not to go on and on . ... read more



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Very beautifully written, sir. Everything can be imagined- sunlight coming through the lace curtains and greeting the lady's eyes, dew outside- on the grass. A nice poem, with vivid descriptions of the nature and other happenings. The rhyme scheme is nice, plus the form is commendable.

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Richard

1 Year Ago

Many thanks, Vatsal,
You make writing and sharing feel so enjoyable and rewarding, and there .. read more
Lovely soft tender imagery.
I've not seen this form before. I really enjoyed it Richard.

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Richard

1 Year Ago

Thank you, Ana Dear! : )
Your enjoyment and praise are my sincerest gratification and joy to .. read more
Matching Socks

1 Year Ago

Well you're very welcome. :)
soft, tender and beautiful! I love the ending:
a gentle breeze’s brush,
whilst all around takes on
… a peaceful hush.

I must try to do a "Mollietta" some time, but it seams complicated! May be I will try in Portuguese first!


Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Richard

1 Year Ago

How beautiful, Angelina! : )
Your words in review are a sweet poem that sings into a bard's .. read more
You've aptly named this beautiful piece. The quite times of dawn, as if the gods made it to contemplate your coming day. You paint a vivid image of the birth of a new day. As always your quill has grace.

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Richard

1 Year Ago

My humble thanks to you, Bill, for your encouraging praise and for sharing your thoughts on this gen.. read more
Hi Richard,

I am so glad you entered this contest so I could get a chance to read your work. This poem was sublime and graciously executed. A "Master" at work here indeed. Loved the form and your inspirational piece of music. Thank you and I look forward to reading more...

~ Helena ~

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Richard

1 Year Ago

Thank you ever-so warmly and gratefully, Helena!

Your graciously endearing and genero.. read more
Helena

1 Year Ago

You are welcome.......posting the awards now.....watch this space!
A delicate sip of beauty and elegance before the day is gone here :) Richard, your poetry is phenomenal...truly...an infusion of sunbursts upon the screen that glimmer when the eyes are closed :)

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Richard

1 Year Ago

Oh, Dear Poppy!
With such entreating words of sweet praise, you surely will spoil a humbly ho.. read more
Ah, a peaceful morning. In this one the tenderness of romance and the beauty of early morning weave such a lovely tapestry, Richard. Beautifully written and presented. Lydi**

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Richard

1 Year Ago

Thank you, Dear Lydi, for your sweet, appreciated, and inspiring words of praise and enjoyment.
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Richard

1 Year Ago

You've painted my morning with beauty … happy smiles 'n hugs to You! ⁓ Richard
Nice format: must try one!

Lovely rich wording. Enjoyable read!

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Richard

1 Year Ago

Thank you, Tomás, for such nice compliments to this wispy piece, and for your gratifyingly welcome .. read more
This poem is eternal, in its silence, its serenity, in its love. The loveliest aspect which adorns this poem is its perception, perception of one everyday act of waking up, and seeing your beloved in all their splendor and natural magnificence, seeing them beautifully flow into the loveliness and kindness of nature. Such a simple act has been captured so tenderly with words. It's full of awe, it's full of gratitude, it's summer in veins, and in spirit. I'ts so calming, and it glides, the poem honestly glides like those lace curtains! Thank you for such an amazing and magnified perception and experience, there's beauty in simplicity and it is so wonderfully explicated and shown, that my mind has imagined 10 thousand little pictures cut out in hearts and cupcakes,lol. Thank you for such an exquisite poem, what an intricate and delicious view of life and love! :)

Lots of love and warm hugs!

I always learn something new in your poems and today as no different, thank you for utilizing "Mollietta", I didn't know about it! You're full of wonder and amazement, Richard, truly you're!

Posted 1 Year Ago


wow, Richard, this is so romantic...breezy, easy rhyme that just floats into the readers aura, like the sunshine slipping through the shades...

j.

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Richard

1 Year Ago

Gosh, Jacob!
To receive a "wow" from your amazing pen, My Fine Friend, is payment beyond expe.. read more

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