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Icy snowflakes from skies escape - frozen frosting forms a white landscape. 11~21~14 Syllable Counter: How many Syllables 8, 9 Contest:- Frozen In Crystalline Sponsor Andrea Dietrich ~awarded 5th place~

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A Crystalline Moment

Cloudy was the morning on which I had awoke, not a bird was heard chirping, nor a single word heard spoke. My eyes were then opened to what no one often sees, as if a veil had been lifted, with a cool summer breeze. Nothing was moving not a single leaf in the trees, or a single blade of grass, as far the eye can see. The dogs so often barking, in this moment could not be heard. Crystalline was the moment that brought me these few words. Within this crystalline moment, my world was standing still this peaceful quiet moment, for me was such a thrill. As that moment faded I felt an inner peace come from within, a moment then gone, when the chaotic world once again began to spin. The dogs began barking and birds were heard chirping in the trees, leaves again began to rustle, upon another cool summer breeze. Children were then heard yelling, as they played out in their yards with that all to familiar sound, of so many passing cars. Is this what the world is like, for those who cannot hear? Do the subtle sounds they think they hear, tend to strike them with a fear? I will have to ask my brother who was born partially deaf, then let him know in a way, he may have been born partially blessed
Dan Kearley: 7-31-13

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Oak Alley

Gifting us a green canopy, oaks bow with old South gentility.

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Seeing Autumn's oak adorn

Painting sky before I was born,
Draping my grave in leaf and acorn.

Contest: Crystalline
Sponsor: Rick Parise

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Frozen In Crystaline - 4

A pearly pristine path leading me calmly to my final reading. 11~26~2014 Sponsor: Andrea Dietrich Contest Name: Frozen In Crystalline

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Frozen In Crystalline 6

Frozen tears fall like diamonds under-
the bridge between darkness and light.

For Contest: Frozen In Crystalline
Prompt: Winter scenes
Date: 11-21-2014

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Frozen In Crystalline - Number 6

                 Two bridges tease a cold solstice sun; 
                   trees masked in ice, join in the fun.

                  Frozen In Crystalline - Poetry Contest
                                 22 Nov 2014

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Tassels of flakes studded in pearl

Drape the lane where ice-capped elms unfurl.

Andrea Dietrich's Frozen In Crystalline Contest

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Autumn Oak Tree

The cold north winds that stripped you bare,
Shall bring a white cloak for you to wear.

This is how my Autumn trees look already.

For Rick Paris's
Contest Crystalline

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Oak's lace brushes fall's sundown

embossed in moonlight rosette, her gown.


Rick Parise's Crystalline
by nette onclaud

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FROZEN IN CRYSTALLINE - 2 The icy feather flakes flitter hush-- swirl free to sprawl on midnight mush. © 5:22 pm, November 24, 2014

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The Fiery Red Leaves On A Giant Autumn Oak Tree

A towering inferno loses
a cluster of flames once held dear.

Sponsor: Rick Parise
Contest Name: Crystalline 

A BONUS CRYSTALINE NOT FOR THE CONTEST Hard Oak Softly swaying - in sensual ease  embraces a warm autumn breeze.
*********************************************************** *always read the fine print Other Then The Title This Next Crystalline Is Written In Special Ink That Only The Best Of Poets Can See And Read. It Is The Best Of All My Writes. It is inspired by "The Emperors Clothes."

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Frozen in Crystalline - number 4

                           Pearly dreams for my tomorrows

                          await release from frozen shadows.


                                        23 / 11 / 2014
                              Contest: Frozen in Crystalline
                                  Sponsor: Andrea Dietrich
                                           Placed: 2nd

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Frozen In Crystalline - Number2

Fresh snowflakes fall, wistful from flight -
like yesterdays, our once warm bench fades.

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Our Oak in Autumn

I left my languid thoughts cloaked in leaves
dreaming of you 'neath our oak tree.

for Rick Parise's Crystalline Contest, 11/19/14

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Frozen In Cyrstalline number 7

The moon so close it was touchable,
framed mid the snow clad ancient trees.

written 11/21/2014

contest: Frozen in Crystalline

sponsor: Andrea

syllables 9/8

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Autumn Oak Trees

Autumn Oak Trees
Titillated by nature’s sweet caress, oak trees begin to undress.

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Frozen In Crystalline 1

Frozen In Crystalline 1 Flakes and wind blend in snowy whirls… To fall and sculpt smooth marshmallow swirls. © Sandra M. Haight 2014 All Rights Reserved ~3rd Place~ Contest: Frozen in Crystalline 1 Sponsor: Andrea Dietrich Judged 11/29/2014

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Oak Leaf Necklace

Maroon leaves loop the skyline's soft shine,
claret pearls on the sun's neckline.

November 18, 2014
Syllable count: 9,8

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A Moment, Luminous

With closed eyes, it seems so natural to fly in a kingdom of the winds Far from here, I will circle the moon, and wash myself in radiant light And then soar, in the clarion dawn, to free-fall over the edge of earth While cool mist, washed in splintered sunlight, lets me be a shadow of myself
_______________________________________________ 10/30/14 For Nette's Contest: Crystalline By Carrie Richards

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November's Quilt

Cold autumn swirls around the oak, to blanket earth with curls of gold
__ Contest: sponsored by Rick Parise 11/22/14

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Losing Your Nuts

Winter winds make your colors dance,
Acorns fall like a new love's romance.

For Contest: Crystalline
Prompt: Autumn Oak Tree
Date: 11-21-2014

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Wasted Leaves

Sadly, no quantum leaping beneath
our huge red oak tree's autumn sleep.

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Frozen In Crystalline - Number 3

Frozen in Crystalline- number 3

Chilling first snowfall of winter,
Shining sunset gives sky an amber !

Syllables 8/9
Written November 22nd, 2014
For Crystalline contest by Andrea Dietrich

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Frozen In Crystalline Number 7

The silver moon gleams on soft set snow
Setting  tired winter hearts aglow