The Last Kiss #DoubleEnnead

Photo courtesy: Terri Webster Schrandt

The Last Kiss

The sun tarries and winks 
just for the last kiss
purple beauty bows to breathe the orange glow
love blooms with the promise
of meeting each spring

days of love get warmer,
beams of love sharper
but basking in the glory, she stands sturdy
as the petals wither.
love is just like that!

halcyon moments halt
seasons don’t matter
eons of love stories spill out of his den 
as he chases the wind
and entices the rain.
ยฉ Balroop Singh

This weekโ€™s challenge is a photo prompt. Thanks to Colleen and Terri for the inspiration to write syllabic poetry. I’ve written a Double Ennead for the first time. A Double Ennead is a 99 syllable form, comprising three stanzas of syllables (6, 5, 11, 6, 5).

Thank you!

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55 thoughts on “The Last Kiss #DoubleEnnead

    1. I am delighted to hear the effects. I’ve done a lot of spring poetry so I tried to be a little different. Thanks for your lovely feedback. ๐Ÿค—

  1. “He chases the wind and entices the rain” love that line, Balroop. Such a beautiful syllabic creation you’ve written!

    I haven’t even heard of this; Double Ennead. Congratulations on a successful first one!!

  2. Oh, Balroop, this is a beautiful poem. “eons of love stories spill out of his den” — exquisite! ๐Ÿ’œ

  3. Three beautiful versions and I though this image in particular such a wonderful one to put words too Balroop, your Love of Nature shines through.. โค โค โค

    1. Many thanks for always saying such positive words Colleen, that’s why I call you our Angel of syllabic poetry. You infuse a new spirit in me, each time you say an encouraging word. ๐Ÿค—

      1. Balroop, you’re so kind. I’m humbled by your sweet words. Thank you. Your poetry has grown by leaps and bounds! It’s a pleasure to visit and read your poems each week. Even better, I love how much fun you’re having. ๐Ÿ’–

      2. Yes, my syllabic count was pathetic and I didn’t even know there were sites that count so quickly!! All thanks to you once again for the enlightenment and the help. Love and hugs.

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