Joy of Spring – Acrostic Poem

November is the month of the glorious Jacaranda.

Wishing you all a great  weekend filled with love and happiness!

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  • Joyful is the song in
    Aussie land
    Cantata in D major
    Across the landscape
    Radiant purple
    Adorns the
    New vision of the world
    Days of bliss and harmony ahead
    As we reach out to each other with love and respect

©2015 Irina Dimitric

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About irinadim

Kookaburra sweet, you neither chirp nor tweet. Your laughter is much like mine, my cackle is much like thine. We are two sister souls, one clad in feathers, the other in clothes. ~ Irina ~ I’m a budding blogger. Poetry and photography are my newest passions, living in perfect harmony inspiring each other. I like both free verse and form poetry and am quite proud to let you know that I am the creator of a new form named ‘tercetonine’. Blog Name: Irina's Poetry Corner Blog URL: http://irinadim.com
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22 Responses to Joy of Spring – Acrostic Poem

  1. Susan Budig says:

    What a fabulous picture to go along with your enthusiastic poem. Spring. You’re upside down. 😉

  2. Oliana says:

    That is such a stunning photo!! and great acrostic!

  3. Elizabeth says:

    So beautiful those purple trees!

  4. milliethom says:

    The jacaranda poem is lovely, Irina, and really suited to that beautiful photo. “Cantata in D major Across the landscape” .. how wonderfully evocative. It must be lovely to be experiencing spring and see the glorious jacaranda trees everywhere. We’re heading full speed towards winter. Still, the Earth’s cycle never ceases… Once we get to January, spring isn’t too far away.

    • irinadim says:

      Thank you, Millie, for appreciating the lovely jacarandas and my poem. You know I still remember the change of seasons with a bit of nostalgia. Every season had its particular charm and life seemed so much longer. Have a great week! 🙂

      • milliethom says:

        Every day seemed much longer to me when I was young, and a year seemed an eternity. Now it all just flies by so fast. I can understand you missing the seasons. Each has its own unique beauty – ideal for poets, like you. But I know there’s much beauty in Australia. We loved visiting the rain forest and the Barrier Reef … all very beautiful. 🙂

      • irinadim says:

        I visited the rain forest in Tasmania in 1991, my last holiday as I haven’t been able to travel since 1993 due to chronic fatigue. Haven’t seen so many wonderful places in Australia, but I can always watch documentaries. 🙂

      • irinadim says:

        Sorry to hear your brother-in-law suffers from it too. Thanks for empathising, Millie. That’s why I mustn’t spend too much time on the computer either. Sometimes I get depressed, but not for a long time. I remind myself that I can still do lots of things that I enjoy, I just need to do it in smaller increments. Have a nice weekend! 🙂 xxx

  5. DG MARYOGA says:

    What a delightful post and an exhilarating acrostic-poem,dear friend Irina!The expansive view over the bright purple blossoms of these magical trees is absolutely fascinating!Happy weekend to you,my lovely friend !Love & warm hugs of friendship to you from this end 🙂 ❤ xxx

  6. DG MARYOGA says:

    I gladly tweeted it away!It’s such a wonderful spring post 🙂 xxx

  7. bernard25 says:

    Bonjour IRINADIM

    L’amitié c’est une écoute
    Qui jamais ne se permet de juger
    Elle peut tout partager nos joies, nos secrets,
    Que ce soit la nuit, le jour elle vole à notre secours
    L’amitié c’est de l’or

    Belle semaine, bise amicale

    Bernard

  8. How lovely! I do love Jacarandas ❤ have one in our yard but it doesn't flower nearly as much as those in your photo. Beautiful acrostic. Posting on Artists4Peace this morning.

  9. Pingback: Joy of Spring – Acrostic Poem | Artists4Peace

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