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Saturday, April 7, 2012

Weeping Willows Laughed

(April is National Poetry Month)
T’was a westerly breeze
Or maybe not;
Perhaps a wind from the south.
The weather vane spun round and round
My words torn from my mouth.
Weeping willows laughed and danced
As thunder gave a growl.
My spell sent off as rabbits hid
Along with fox and bear and owl.
The moon will rise and set again
Then in the morning, sun.
With Nature’s help
And Spirit’s too
United, the spell was done.

This poem is an original work by Robin Larkspur, April 2012. Copyright laws are in place.


Linda in New Mexico said...

I love the "feel" of your casting. Very nice. Oma Linda

AkasaWolfSong said...

Such mirth and joy in your spell
Dear One! :)

I loved it!

Brightest of Blessings...

Lady Caer Morganna said...

Very nice job, Robin! I like this one very much!

Big hugs,


Anonymous said...

Robin, this was perfect for a it!!!

Blessings & Hugs,

Aine said...

Awesome! I am SO about creating your own incantations - using your own words and when you work creatively to do so - bonus! Happy Full Moon!!!

Mina said...

Oh Robin, what a marvelous work! It is so fresh and visual. Wishing you a blessed Easter and magical spring weekend. Hugs, my lovely friend. Mina

Magic Love Crow said...

Robin, fantastic! I love this! Hugs my friend ;o)

Magaly Guerrero said...

"Weeping willows laughed and danced
As thunder gave a growl." That lined made me gasp and want to scream and dance!

Anonymous said...

have a Happy Easter!


Topper said...

Very good! keep writing, perhaps there is a book..just a short book in the works?

Ametrine Knowing-Willow said...

This is beautiful Robin. I love it! Brightest Blessings!


Anonymous said...

I am not a fan of poetry but I like this! Makes me want to cast! I may have a spell day with the kids. Thank you for sharing! :)

Jeanne said...

Wonderful!!! I feel the power in your words! :0)