NaPoWriMo: Stranded

The prompt from One Single Impression is “stranded”. Our cold spring provides inspiration.

tulip cups capture
snowflakes for afternoon tea
welcome stranded souls

weary visitors
surprised by early spring snow
sip tulip tea

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11 Responses to NaPoWriMo: Stranded

  1. zoya gautam says:

    to repeat ur own words “surrounded by light,love and spirit” i was not reading ur lines,
    i was watching a film on tulips{but where was the music comin’ from?}

  2. Teri C says:

    Stranded flakes! Great imaginative words.

  3. andrée says:

    The two make a complete circle. I love the image of tulips capturing stranded flakes.

  4. gardenpath says:

    I hope your tulips are okay. What a nice way to write about a winter that just won’t go away.

  5. Roswila says:

    A lovely, very original pair. 🙂

  6. qualcosa di bello says:

    the seasons stranded within one another…so beautifully stated

  7. MyBellavia says:

    Tulip tea, how sweet! I can imagine this!

  8. tumblewords says:

    Lovely work! These words make me feel a little better about the long-lasting winter… Beautiful imagery!

  9. Quiet Paths says:

    I can see these pictures so clearly in my head. Wonderful.

  10. Raven says:

    Tulip tea! What a wonderful, fanciful idea. Lovely.

  11. SandyCarlson says:

    I love the way you turned what is often thought of as a negative experience into a gloriously beautiful one. Thanks.
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