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Heroic Crown of Sonnets - Part Two
(continued from A Year Of Months (January-June) A Year Of Months (July-December) 8. July July now follows summer's song of June; with sun ablaze, her days are humid, warm. Great time to languish in the afternoon, and later, watch an evening thunderstorm. More lush than ever is the summer grass, and deep and dense the forests all around. The energy of summer has amassed maturity in spring's rebirthing ground. The month, July may be the best one when most use this time for yearly get-aways; to take advantage of the warmth, and then, put out of mind the coming cooler days. And yet, we know that summer will adjourn; the next months show our seasons take a turn. 9. Volta or Turn Verse The next months show our seasons take a turn; the height of summer slowly winding down. The sun hangs low in skies, a cooler burn, and thoughts of crisper weather bring a frown. The prime of summer days behind us now as season cycles come and go on time. We must accept earth's changes with a bow and celebrate each season as sublime. August, September, heading to the fall; it won't be long to gather warmer clothes. Their passing harkens soon October's call and cool November and December shows. This turn in climates we cannot transcend; The month of August leads to summer's end. 10. August The month of August leads to summer's end; though warm, the grasses turn to yellow-green. Our sun hangs low in the late summer's trend to shorter days with cooler nights between. Still, time for beaches, laying by a pool, yet thoughts are turned to end-of-summer blues, as children must set sight on back to school, yet hang on to what's left of August views. By end of August, leaves curl on the trees; the hues of brown and yellow catch our eye. The deepened shades of green fade in degrees, and soon it's time that summer says goodbye. And now we must get ready for the turn, when cool September's bends to fall's concern. 11. September When cool September bends to fall's concern, though still, some summer warmth may overflow, the shortening of days signals the turn to think about our autumn's golden glow. The colored crispness of bright fallen leaves negates the loss of summer's carefree days. Progression's slow, but day by day fall weaves a special time of year that will amaze. September makes her mark with Labor Day, when then we know for sure that summer's done. Our thoughts turn to lifestyles another way, preparing for our wintertime's long run. September's beauty grows to soon portend October stirs her brilliant autumn blend. 12. October October stirs her brilliant autumn blend of colored leaves that fall and drift away. Her cold, crisp air we share and now befriend and are aware that autumn's here to stay. Progressing still, undressing of our trees, and days ahead with bouts of sleet or rain. The beauty of October's painted leaves now helps to heal the loss-of-summer pain. The orchards, filled with autumn's ripened gifts now beckon us to pick them and consume; aroma, from sweet, luscious pies uplifts – replaces missing scents of summer's bloom. October ends her stay to realize, November days will offer winter's prize. 13. November November days will offer winter's prize, and soon, when we awake on colder days, we'll know that fall is sending last goodbyes as snowy days ahead prepare displays. The trees, soon bare of red-gold-orange shawls, let rustic browns of branches rule the scene until the snow wraps them with ermine falls that cling and drape with whiteness so pristine. November brings the time we celebrate. with joyous feasts of food and drink, good cheer. With family and friends, stay close, relate; Thanksgiving Day, we honor and revere. November passes and with her demise, December comes with end-of-year goodbyes. 14. December December comes with end-of-year goodbyes. Full winter now will bloom as days proceed with snow-filled days...a time that soon implies we turn our minds to holidays full speed, when everyone is filled with Christmas joy and shopping days for loved ones fill each day; dear families and friends meet to enjoy this joyous time...our end of year bouquet. December is the last month of the twelve that makes up one year's measured time we spend; a final year to finish and soon shelve; last midnight brings December to its end. A brand new year of twelve will now appear; divided into months is our Earth year. 15. Master Sonnet - First Line of Each Sonnet Poem Divided into months is our Earth year, and January starts as a new page. Month two, cold February, will appear; next, comes our windy March to take her stage. When April comes on pussy-willow feet, and month of May unfolds her blossoms soon, our mid-year month of June brings summer heat. July now follows summer song of June. The next months show our seasons take a turn; the month of August leads to summer's end when cool September's bends to fall's concern, October stirs her brilliant autumn blend. November days will offer winter's prize. December comes with end-of-year goodbyes. Sandra M. Haight ~Honorable Mention~ Contest: Your Choice 5 Sponsor: Brian Strand Judged: 06/10/2019 ~6th Place~ Premiere Contest: Strength Thru Adversity Sponsor: Gregory R. Barden Judged: 04/02/2019 ~2nd Place~ Premiere Contest: Heroic Crown of Sonnets (Part Two) Sponsor: Craig Cornish Judged: 06/09/2016 For me, this was the most difficult poetic challenge to compose, having to meet the rigid Sonnet rules as well as the Heroic Crown of Sonnet rules, and it took many long, and at times, very stressful hours to do so. But, the reward was amazing! Definitely, strength thru adversity!
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