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dVerse — Ekphrastic — Catrin Welz-Stein — Rose

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Rose —
fragrant, ruffled,
posing, light-catching, captivating,
blooming, immortal, unobtainable, hungry,
luring, piercing, draining,
cursed, regretful,



I chose to write a diamante form poem.  Thank you, Lillian, for this prompt and thank you to Catrin for her mesmerizing artwork.  Please click on Catrin’s name below to see more of her work.

Lillian is today’s host of dVerse.  Lillian says:
Please select one of the 4 chosen [Catrin Welz-Stein] images on today’s prompt post … [and] write an ekphrastic poem in the purest sense, describing the image; or you may simply be motivated by the image and, letting it stir your imagination, write a poem that in some way, connects to the image.

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