Sunday, July 23, 2017

Dreamy (Inverted Hexasikkl"x....."

Dreamy
Living in Paradise
Bright beyond reason for this is
Realization
I’m living and loving
My beautiful
Precious, loving
Sweetheart of destiny
Adam and Eve
This was our plan for completion
Living in Paradise
Dreamy

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Friday, July 21, 2017

Taleisin. (Gwawdodyn)

Taleisin (A Gwawdodyn)

Spirit of song, on my heart descend
To our ears, long silenced verse attend
Walk my sad streets that thoughts sublime repeat
Footfalls long forgot these stairs ascend.

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Welsh names’ meaning

Ceinwen [KINE-win] – beautiful blessed gems
Bronwen [BRON-win] – Of the White Breast
Banon [BAY-nun] -- Queen
Ceiridwen [SARAH-dwen] – Fair Poetess (Welsh Celtic)
   In Welsh myth, Ceiridwen is the goddess of poetic inspiration, and mother of Taleisin
Taleisin [TALLEY es-sen], legendary Welsh bard of the sixth century. In folklore, his stature rises to that of a wizard and companion and advisor to King Arthur in Camelot

Ceiridwen (A Gwawdodyn)

Poetess, so fair of verse and face
‘Neath your vision’s beauty, find my place
Heaven shall be found where your love abounds
Roadmap to glory through time and space.

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Cieridwen (Gwawdodyn)

Ceiridwen (A Gwawdodyn)

Poetess, so fair of verse and face
‘Neath your vision’s beauty, find my place
Heaven shall be found where your love abounds
Roadmap to glory through time and space.

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Ceinwen, Bronwen, Banon (Gwawdodyn)

The Gwawdodyn is a Welsh poem consisting of four lines. Lines l, 2 and 4 rhyme.  Line 3 rhymes with itself as the last word of that lines with another word appearing earlier in that line.

Ceinwen (A Gwawdodyn)

Ceinwen laid down among the lillies
And I could not decide, this filly,
Or flower possessed more beauty power.
Should I tell her, she’d call me silly.

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Bronwen (A Gwawdodyn)

No beauty fairer could I describe
Than she whose face my eyes do imbibe
Oh, maid of Dowlais, my sweet enchantress
My soul makes its home where you reside

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Banon (A Gwawdodyn)



My Queen, my colors dip demurely
Surrender to the greater beauty
Possess my poor heart, yeah, every part
My allegiance is yours securely.

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Serein (Inverted Hexaduad)

Serein

Serein
Peaceful wash, purge my pain
Gently penetrate to my core
Fresh reservoir
Evening’s misty light
Sweet rainbow bright
Blest color scheme
Descending like a dream
May I embrace
This mindful centeredness of grace
Peaceful wash, purge my pain
Serein

© 2017 david w palmer

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Soliloquy (Free Verse)

Soliloquy

Should I surmount this stage
And face those lights so bright
I'd only have the courage
Knowing that just behind
Those blinding footlights
And o'erpowering floods
That on the first row
You sit enraptured.
I cannot see you, feel or touch
But your smile, warmth and
Glistening tears tell me
How pleased you are with me
Tonight and every night.
For you know, that in my house
There's only one whose favor
And applause I seek
It is you, sweet Darling
Lover of my soul
And to you in sweet
Soliloquy let me pour
Out gently into your soul
The anthem of my heart
When all is said and done
May this my message be
That I have loved you
From the start, and
In love with you
I will always be

©2017 david w palmer