At the Beach Atop a Pole

Osprey @ Yeppoon photo

At the Beach Atop a Pole

The Osprey, nesting,

cracked on creatively.

Built her nest

in rare remove

atop a high pole

made to hold

street lights

near the beach.

 

See her muddle

of cracked and sturdy

twigs: the chick

lording it –

going truly crackers

at whoever comes near.

Benita H. Kape (c) 19.11.2019

My daughter noticing the nest came closer to take a photo and the chick had plenty to say about her invasion of space.

This is written for –

Quadrille #92: Take a crack at poeming.

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Ballet Quadrille – for dVerse

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Picture courtesy of Pexel

 

They kiss the stage

the ballet slippers

of the dancer.

 

She leaps into

another world

much to our delight.

 

She is out of reach

and we can only dream.

 

They kiss the stage

the ballet slippers

of the dancers divine.

 

Benita H. Kape 12.2.2019

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Picture courtesy of Pexel

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Middle-earth Quadrille for d’verse

 

Middle-earth Quadrille

 

I live not too far from the film set

of Middle-earth, north at Matamata.

And Tolkien would be amazed

at such a place: laid out at Matamata.

 

There’s the whole community

Middle-earth.

Peeping out from the green dunes.

A tourist Mecca: out at Matamata.

 

Benita Kape © 28.8.2018

 

https://www.hamiltonwaikato.com/experiences/middle-earth-movie-magic/hobbiton-movie-set/

 

So this week, dig deep into the earthy depths of your imagination and write a poem of exactly 44 words (not counting your title), including the word earth.

Here’s how to Quadrille:

– Write a poem of exactly 44 words, including the word earth.
– Put your poem on your blog and link back to this post.
– Link it up to our Mr. Linky.
– Visit other blogs. Enjoy some amazing poets. Comment. Come back later this week and write another one, and visit some more. Comment some more. Create as many poems as you please, including ones with all the words.

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