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Blowing in the Trees

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Blowing in the Trees


Whistling winds woo 
through thrashing twigs and shrubs.
Hitting, hollering, soon hushing
spring be springing sweet soundly winds
blowing in the deep dark of distant forests.

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  1. Date: 3/21/2010 4:49:00 PM
    Great Alliteration that you have presented here..Keep the creative pen flowing. Sara

  1. Date: 3/20/2010 8:56:00 PM
    Sylvia- yes, in fact this is a weather report, reported using alliteration and poetic form. I observe nature and I enjoy writing what I see and hear from what Earth has to offer. Yes.. people do write about nature. If you don't want answers to your questions don't bother asking. It just makes you more of confused reader instead of a real critic. And personally, I don't care rather or not if I insult you.

  1. Date: 3/20/2010 8:35:00 PM
    In fact, what is the purpose of going around and bashing people's work anyway? What purpose does that really serve, except for being an incredible downer for people. Bravo Silvia!! Keep up the good work....

  1. Date: 3/20/2010 8:32:00 PM
    Brittany, please ignore the rude rantings of Sylvia Esther. She seems to lack the ability of constructive criticism, or of keeping her forked tongue at bay....in fact she seems to lack compassion and human dignity too, as she bounces around insulting people's work. If the work isn't written exactly how she likes it, she disregards it and says things like, "What is the purpose of this writing?" Purpose itself can have many simple answers. I enjoyed the alliteration--keep trying new ones.