|Fantasy Poetry posted May 8, 2013|
A Double Cleve
the Dryad descends fantasizing the feel of rain her fingers unfurl tempted from her tree after dream-frozen decades warming, they wiggle piqued by the promise of limbs waving at will flaunting their freedom a spring saunter through scents subtly swirling as slender sylvan arms meet pollen-laden winds surrounding her head framing her face while slowly savoring the feel of sun on flesh earth's music fills a landscape become body makes her giggle with glee the swaying sylph; able to bend in half leafy locks slowly rustling she learns to dance
The double cleve is five poems in one. IT can be read as three separate, one-column poems. One continuous poem read as if the columns were stacked to create a poem with three stanzas, and horizontally, jumping from column to column as you read left to right.Pays one point and 2 member cents.
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