17.12.14

God’s Blessings : Harrisham Rhyme


God’s blessings pouring on terra,
Dripping through shadows,
Glowing forever, not ephemera,
Gossamer rays deific halos,
Resin soft glimmer, a protective vera,
Nip in the air blowing tone so mellow.

Harrisham Rhyme : created by a female poet named Harrisham Minhas, from India. It has is a six-line rhyming stanza. The last alphabet (letter) of the first word of each line is the first alphabet (letter) of the first word of next line. There is no restriction on the starting alphabet (letter)of the first line.Rhyme scheme : ababab.




17 comments:

  1. Your words are beautiful.

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  2. there is a nice peace in your words...
    and how not with such blessing...

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  3. I like it, Vandana. The 'nip in the air' phrase is very appropriate for our southern areas for early winter. The form sounds interesting. The last letter as the next lines first letter, it could be restrictive?
    ..

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  4. a visceral depiction. nice

    gracias

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  5. The perfect prayer with the new year in sight.

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  6. Seems a complex form, but it allows for a piling up of impressions that God's blessing holds us!

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  7. Beautiful picture and poem that does it justice.

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  8. Really beautiful and soothing words that shine as bright as the picture that you have posted with them. :)

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  9. Great write Vandana! This gets to be a little intimidating to me. But you've done it brilliantly!

    Hank

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  10. we need the light always, what a beautiful poem

    Happy Holidays

    much love...

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  11. Picture and your first line go so beautifully together. Felt blessed. Wishing you a blessed 2015.

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  12. your line flowed like rippled water

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  13. Your poem and the image sing together...

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