|Member Comments on this Poem|
|Posted by Coleman Demiurge on 03/08/10 at 06:15 AM|
I miss winter already... But it's still pretty cool here and it's suppose to rain for the next week, so at least I have that. I haven't seen a crow in a long time. We have the occasional raven here, but no crows that I've seen. Too bad too - I've always like them. Anyway, I'm not very fond of warmer months, but I do like the image you've pasted here. A canopy full of crows is wonderful (for a while anyway); very nicely done.
|Posted by Joan Serratelli on 03/08/10 at 06:34 PM|
I think it's going around- "spring fever". Thanks for this upbeat write. Alot of imagery. Farewll winter blahs (I hope).
|Posted by Marcus Lane on 03/08/10 at 06:37 PM|
I love the sparcity of your language. Where poetry is concerned I think that less is often more. Like the word-play too!
|Posted by Charles E Minshall on 03/08/10 at 07:32 PM|
You nailed the crows Cris. Well done....CharMin
|Posted by Gregory O'Neill on 03/08/10 at 07:52 PM|
Well said Chris. With March outside flaming the old desires, we can turn from the fires of winter
and be encouraged we have the comparison, lest we may not know the full range of pleasantries to come. Thanks.
|Posted by Kristina Woodhill on 03/09/10 at 02:10 AM|
Welcome alliterations, making me smile at the caw-caphony, and ready for spring! Thank you.
|Posted by Glenn Currier on 03/10/10 at 01:12 AM|
Nice to read my first spring poem on this site and glad it was from you. You do the seasons so well. Smiling at the caw-cophony :-) Today we took a ride further south on what seemed like the first spring day staying in the low seventies. The robins and cardinals are back and the crocus. I feel like you are getting us started. Thanks.
|Posted by Amie Golda on 03/11/10 at 09:15 AM|
I love the alliteration. Short and sweet too. Great write.
|Posted by Laurie Blum on 03/11/10 at 07:42 PM|
A great #1 poem today, reminding us Spring is just around the corner. Succinct and powerful.
|Posted by Ken Harnisch on 03/14/10 at 05:15 AM|
Oh do I await spring, Chris..and if it takes the cawing of crows to be its harbinger, bring them on! Great metaphor
|Posted by Julie Adams on 03/14/10 at 07:59 PM|
in such a succinct array of images and sounds and words, I am thrilled this peaks at the top of the top-rated list...poetry at it's most natural...peace, jewels
|Posted by Elizabeth Jill on 03/18/10 at 01:10 AM|
Chris, you caught me in your splendid alliteration delight ;)
|Posted by Christine Thibeault on 03/18/10 at 08:01 PM|
Smile on my face thinking of springs warmth :)
|Posted by Maria Terezia Ferencz on 03/19/10 at 10:58 PM|
I could hear them while I read, great choice of words!
|Posted by Morgan D Hafele on 07/04/10 at 09:18 PM|
i don't know how i missed this one! even though spring doesn't mean quite as much to me as it used to, living in the desert now, i appreciate the feeling, miss the feeling of waking up from winter.