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dVerse — two crystalline couplets

Image result for cat at my elbow meow
silent miaou

Spoiled cats miaou at elbows for pets;
Spring peepers peep in closing distance.

No graphics on the next one.

 

Peppermint-oil-diffused mist drifts and
finds origins in Spring’s fresh breeze.

 

 

I decided to use the crystalline poetry form. Each couplet stands alone.

Frank Hubeny is today’s host for dVerse.  Frank says:
To participate, post your poem with a final couplet on your blog.

45 thoughts on “dVerse — two crystalline couplets

  1. Wild chives and mustard plants trumps peppermint for the olfactory prize. Our cat was put down years ago,, and your first line makes me pine for a gato.

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    1. This past fall it had been about 20 years since I had any cats. I had my dog Chauncey from 2004-2016. After retiring in 2018 I started volunteering at a cat rescue with my younger son and his wife. It wasn’t long before Mlady (then her name was Crumpet) chose me; then a few months later, Dotty (then her name was Elphaba) charmed me. My house has become a home again ❤ ❤ ❤

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  2. since a lot of activity has ceased here in my own suburb, i am enjoying the dawn chorus, we have bull frogs! lovely couplets, nature is such a fascinating subject.

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    1. Aw, I didn’t know you were a frog fan 🙂 Guess what? I finished the collage of the dream I had with George in it today. I will be posting soon. Interested in hearing your impressions on it.

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  3. This sounds like the tree frogs we hear at the end of summer here, a pleasant nighttime sound. At my last home, I planted peppermint by my front door, thinking I would enjoy the fragrance. I did not realize it was extremely invasive and it quickly took over my flower bed! Thanks for the write. I enjoyed.

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    1. Glad you connected with the poems. Yes, anything in the mint family goes ga-ga from what I’ve seen of it. I keep it in containers but even then it escapes! Thank you, Beverly, hope you are settling in to your new place.

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  4. I enjoyed your crystalline couplets, Lisa, and I’ll be making a cup of mint tea to celebrate the second one! Mojo is outside enjoying the fresh spring breeze this morning – I’m inside trying to keep warm in a blanket. 🙂

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