The Name of the Wind

Posted: February 13, 2017 in nature poems

Tonight at http://dversepoets.com/this-is-us/    Kim is in charge of the Quadrille ~ we are tasked with writing a 44 word poem that includes the word ‘ghost’. A word that shouts ‘cliche’ so avoiding that trap is the REAL challenge! So here’s something a little experimental.

is – Seen in Trees
is – Endless Traveller
is – From Any Direction
is – Unspoken
is – Vehicle for Clouds
is – Bringer of Rain
is – Shape-shifter
is – Disturber of Seas
is – Ghost of Sighs
is – Rustler of Leaves
is – Mover of Shadows
is – Knife for the Cold 

wind-21

 

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Comments
  1. frankhubeny says:

    Nice name for the wind: “ghost of sighs”

  2. This is wonderful, love the experiment… ghost of sighs is a great combination.

  3. Brilliant response to the prompt 🙂

  4. kim881 says:

    I love the experiment, Paul – so refreshing that ‘ghost of sighs’ and ‘rustler of leaves’! I also like it when the title is part of a poem.

  5. lillian says:

    LOVE this take on the prompt! Especially….shape shifters.

  6. Grace says:

    Different ways of ghosting this word ~ Liking this approach Paul ~

  7. kanzensakura says:

    I like this style of list poem muchly….mover of shadows…wow.

  8. Truedessa says:

    Well, I certainly enjoyed the experiment – very unique and modern

  9. Lovely experiment. The repeat of Is, creates a sound of what the Ghost of Sighs would sound like. And everything else. Brilliant!

  10. very nice take on the prompt Paul…a windy retort.

  11. Olga says:

    Interesting how the melding of ‘from any direction-unspoken’ sparks my curiosity.

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