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dVerse — almost a Triolet — The greys and whites of March

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The greys and whites of March do cling
Where sun’s recede has clouds in fief
So jealous of the green of Spring
The greys and whites of March do cling

Despite wheel’s might of change to bring
Where heat and hue will sing relief
The greys and whites of March still cling
The sun recedes with clouds in fief

 

 

Frank Hubeny is today’s host for d’Verse.  Frank says:
To participate post a triolet or a poem that is almost a triolet on your blog.

34 thoughts on “dVerse — almost a Triolet — The greys and whites of March

  1. You’ve an alluring poetic that just happens to be a triolet. I liked the line /despite wheel’s might of change to bring/. Nice internal rhyme. I’m still struggling some “with clouds in fief”, but it challenged my imagination.

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