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Intrinsic Source for a Wind
by Vivian L Dawson
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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Shrouds of white
fluttering plumes
breath of angels
calling thee to soar
away without delay

Awaken little winged
dandelion heed calling
clouds are gathering
and you must flee

Lift vexed heart
become likened
dandelion when
distressed and
fly away drifting
until danger has
passed and solace
is back in place

(c) Intrinsic Source for a Wind
11July2012
Vivian L Dawson

 

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Reviewed by Rory Dall (Reader) 8/11/2012
There is nothing like a bit of personification to make one re-examine one's prejuduces. I spend too much of my time in the garden uprooting dandelions to class myself as a fan...but this little piece will certainly temper my frustration when I resume my assault on those pesky weeds.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 7/13/2012
A truly captivating piece, Vivian.
Reviewed by Lily of Lough Neagh C. Dennis-Woosley 7/12/2012
For if one were to flee instead of planting themselves, nothing becomes resolved. It is the job of the dandelion to plant firming in the ground where their little plumes fall. As it is our job to stand firm and face diversity when we come face to face with it.

Lovely write Vivian

Love and Light
Lily
Reviewed by Felix Perry 7/12/2012
So much more can be read into this than meets the eye. I love it and the picture is perfectly intune with your words.
fee
Reviewed by Laura Fall 7/12/2012
A Heartfelt write written so lovely indeed Laura
Reviewed by John Flanagan 7/12/2012
those 'gathering clouds' are the essence
of this work, Vivian, and yet you celebrate,
rightly so, ephemeral fragility;
such fine and refined thinking!

john
Reviewed by ANNA CLOUTIER (Reader) 7/12/2012
THE DANDELION...WHY HAVE WE NOT ALL APPRECIATED IT AS MUCH AS YOU. TOUCHING AND BEAUTIFUL WORDS. I WILL LOOK AT THEM NOW WITH A NEW FOUND INTEREST. KEEP UP THE BEAUTIFUL WORDS. ANNA
Reviewed by Budd Nelson 7/11/2012
Vivian,
a wonderful write, but someyimes running can not solve what you fear.
Budd
Reviewed by Andy Turner 7/11/2012
I concur, run baby run, fast as maybe. lol
Reviewed by Diana Legun (Reader) 7/11/2012
I found something in your poem that stands out in my eyes; and that is: "clouds are gathering/and you must flee". For today, that seems applicable to people, too. The idea of flying "...away drifting/until danger has/passed...." It seems soothing to apply these words to our own dandelion selves:) A wwwhhhh of a delicate writing. Thank you. ~~ Diana
Reviewed by william goldman (Reader) 7/11/2012
MORE OF THE SAME!!WONDERFUL WRITTINGS, LOL HG
Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger 7/11/2012
Fluttering of an angel in this dandelion dust.. 'Simply beautiful'

Lady Mary Ann
Reviewed by Shirley Houston 7/11/2012
Love this write! "Breath of angels calling thee to soar away without delay." Exquisite!
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 7/11/2012
There is always that old standby, Vivian, stand and fight, or if you must, stand your ground. There are times when retreat is feasible, and during those time, run . . . run fast.



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