Clearly Hazy (poem)

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We
were in
every place
in a dazed state
laughing crying haze
confused infused with love
promenaded in moonlight
dazzled in the sunshine our eyes
tripped intoxicated feet in love
hearts found stable grounds in each other’s arms

*Please read quickly,get breathless to really enjoy this one(just saying).

©Seema Tabassum 2016
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I was tagged in a challenge by a friend on Instagram to write an etheree poem,and the above poem is the result of it.Etheree was created about twenty years ago by an Arkansas poet named Etheree Taylor Armstrong, this titled form, the Etheree, consists of ten lines of unmetered and unrhymed verse, the first line having one syllable, each succeeding line adding a syllable, with the total syllable count being fifty-five.

Information on etheree poetry courtesy : http://www.poetrysoup.com/dictionary/etheree

5 Comments

  1. Truly breathlessly beautiful Seema. Bravo👏

    • thank you very much Sum,i took the challenge ….yay 🙂 i’m glad you like my write Sum,you give it a try yourself and tag me so i can see (if you want to that is) … thank you for reading,happy that you found it good 🙂 love hugs always 🙂

  2. Sunsets are so beautiful that they almost seem as if we were looking through the gates of heaven. – John Lubbock The greatest thing a human soul ever does in this world is to see something, and tell what it saw in a plain way. Hundreds of people can talk for one who can think, but thousands can think for one who can see. To see clearly is poetry, prophecy, and religion – all in one. – John Ruskin

  3. Perhaps no single poem more fully embodies the ambiguous balance between paradisiac good and the paradoxically more fruitful human good than Nothing Gold Can Stay, a poem in which the metaphors of Eden and the Fall cohere with the idea of

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