Saturday, February 11, 2012

Love is in the Air

Photo credit: Louisa Miceli

Cupid transcribes, tidings of love
With colours - red and pink
Yet wrote on skies of powder blue
In cotton cumulus ink

And with his arrow shaped a cloud
This statement to declare
A quiet moment, echoed loud
Look, love is in the air

For Susan, with love...

Happy Valentines Day


Tina said...

Elaine for some reason there is no RSS feed for your blog, so I have to remember to visit regularly (for others in my blogroll the new post titles update within my blogroll). Sometimes I miss a couple of weeks/posts and then it feels like a special surprise/treat to get to catch up on your poems and other posts. This was a great poem, my favorite line "In cotton cumulus ink":-)

Brian Miller said...

smiles..i hope that arrow has found you and you are feeling the love tonight elaine...smiles....nice capture of the found heart as well...happy valentines day

Natasha Head said...

I might warm to this day by the time you poets are done with me. A wonderful word weave, and like Tina above, "In Cotton cumulus ink" was a stand out for me too.

Pat Hatt said...

Hopefully that arrow doesn't hurt too much and it finds you all well and good. The rhymes were grand and when it hits, but sure not to get a splinter from the wood..haha

Karen said...

Very nice!

Kathy Bischoping said...

I like the pattern of the rhythm, it's very satisfying how it supports the final line's punch.

Anonymous said...

Wonderful poem!

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