Poetry Friday: Anaphora Poem

Tricia at The Miss Rumphius Effect has another great challenge this week: the anaphora poetry form.  This form uses a reptitive phrase.  So in honor of spring:

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Spring is the smell of rain falling
Spring is the burst of yellow in daffodil faces
Spring is the pelting hail after a thunderstorm
Spring is waking to a chorus of birds
Spring is the crack of a baseball bat
Spring is finding blue faces  hidden in the green
Spring is laughing off the winter weariness

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Poetry Friday is hosted at Wild Rose Reader.  Thank you, Elaine.  Visit Check It Out for my student’s take on the anaphora form.

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3 Responses to Poetry Friday: Anaphora Poem

  1. Mary Lee says:

    The laughter of spring — love it!

  2. cloudscome says:

    Yes yes yes!!! Lovely poem and beautiful photos. Now I’m getting in the mood!

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