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October 07, 2010



Lovely :o)


Bravo ... this can't be an easy poem form to master!


Brava!! These styles are much more difficult than you might think. Well done. I especially like "gray clouds, pregnant with rain".

Kristen Haskell



"Nature's calendar clicks and turns the clocks"..great imagination, and poem!


Beautifully written, seems a rather difficult form, yet done so well.

Nice magpie.


How fun! I love "No need for paper when nature's calendar clicks and turns the clocks
Leaves sing God's song"!


Superb! Enjoyed the form and the poem.

Strummed Words

Congratulations on using this complex form for your autumn poem. Well done

Carrie Burtt

Lovely thoughts in this beautiful piece! :-)

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