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Aqua Arctic

Ice daggers piercing polar pools, Tingling turquoise bright strikes of light; Glittering cool sapphire jewels Embedded in the arctic white. Crystals' sparkling snow-winter hues, Frigid floes floating, bleak glacial blue.

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  1. Date: 10/3/2011 9:31:00 AM
    Congratulations on your 1st Place win in the "Another, Nature Verse" contest Charlotte. Love, Carol

  1. Date: 10/2/2011 1:26:00 AM
    Just a beautiful write and I see the ice. Well done. My apologies for sending my congrats so late but I've been sick, still not feeling 100%. take care. Lee

  1. Date: 10/1/2011 12:28:00 PM
    Congratulations on the win in the contest of John, Charlotte

  1. Date: 10/1/2011 11:30:00 AM
    Beautifully written Charlotte. Congratulations on a well deserved first place

  1. Date: 10/1/2011 9:09:00 AM
    Charlotte, Nice piercing polar pools and glittering cool sapphire jewels, my friend. Congrats on a top poem. Loved your first place..poet palate pleased of its taste. Agape, Moses

  1. Date: 10/1/2011 1:24:00 AM
    Wonderful poetry and great win. Congratulations. Love, Joyce

  1. Date: 10/1/2011 12:14:00 AM
    Congrats Charlotte on first place win with these lovely lines luv..

  1. Date: 9/22/2011 1:20:00 AM
    What unique descriptions, Charlotte. I wish I knew how to do that way. I just say exactly what I see and can't think how to do it more uniquely! BTW, What other way could frigid possibly be seen as, other than two syllables? I would think a word like glacial might be more controversial!