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 Category:  General Poetry
  Posted: October 14, 2020      Views: 120

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The first poem I ever wrote was when I began to write here on FanStory. That was a bit over 3 years ago. It opened up a whole new world for me and I was and have been hooked on writing since that day. I learned what writing in meter was, the diff - more...

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Amphibrach meter ~ FS Poetry class
"Night Whispers" by Sugarray77
Whenever the moon sits upon the horizon 
and paints the black water with patterns of lace,
soft moonbeams will bathe me in luminous whispers;
its gossamer threads wrap me in an embrace.

Dim flickers of light shift among constellations;
a language of colors ~ a subtle design.
The Night Wind sits by me explaining its meaning,
he tells me of secrets known to the Divine.

The coolness of ev'ning rests on my bare shoulders;
I feel the Night swathe me in capelets of dew,
communing with zephyrs that feather the droplets,
reveals a hushed layer where all things are true.

Whenever you listen to whispers at midnight,
awareness will guide you and open your ears.
You'll find in the language of breezes and moonlight,
pure wisdom the Ancients have hidden for years.


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Written in Amphibrach meter for the FanStory Meter class taught by Jim (Pantygynt). The meter is a three beat foot... da, DUM, da... da, DUM , da...
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