Wednesday Words – Excerpts from Variations of Sky and Soul

Welcome back to Claudia Messelodi’s Bite Sized Blog Tour…
Here are two of Claudia’s poems from “Variations of Sky and Soul”.
Fusion
Nurturing notes
exhale out of the enticing bow,
penetrate
into soothing verses,
let them resonate
as vibrating strings,
shaping a transcendent whole,
merged together
as the most perfect
union ever,
of music and words.
Mediterranean landscape
Sunbeams filter through
the peacock blue shades
of the olive tree branches;
embrace
luxuriant orange and lemon saplings,
exhaling sweetish fizzy fragrances;
caress
smooth emerald green palm leaves,
swaying in the calm breeze
as freshening fans –
out of vermilion chilly bunches,
burst fireworks
of excitement and colour.
If you would like to find out more about Claudia and her poetry, please visit a stream of small stones Next week I will be reviewing Variations of Sky and Soul which has been awarded the first place in the “Impressionist Poetry” section of the National Poetry Award Leandro Polverini in Anzio, Rome. If you would like to read one of the haiku from this collection, please visit purehaiku
© Freya Pickard 2013
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2 Comments on “Wednesday Words – Excerpts from Variations of Sky and Soul”

  1. Libby Says:

    Both lovely poems. Looking forward to reading more, Congratulations to Claudia on her award.


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