Poetry: The Silent Open Box

Taking a moment to catch one’s breath, to pause, gives the mind a moment of pleasure and refreshment to the soul. Found a free copy of a nature picture, added a watercolor effect and changed up the color tone to create something peaceful in digital art and to add vitality to this little Rictameter Verse.

image of landscape in watercolore effect.

…Taking a moment to catch one’s breath, to pause. Gives the mind a breath moment of pleasure and refreshment to the soul.

Silent
moments I seek.
Like an open box; I
crawl within its emptiness and
take shelter. It seems to regenerate
this energy, growing life of its own. Then to see,
hear life again.
Silent.

©Linda J. Wolff 2017 – http://www.urbanpoetry2017.com

What is a Rictameter verse? this form of poetry—Rictameter Verse, uses 9 lines in the poem, and strict syllable count: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 8, 6, 4, 2 with the first line repeating itself in the last line.

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  1. WONDERFULLY EXECUTED PICTURE AND WORDS.

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