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Savage Seasons

 

Savage Seasons

 

Seeking sanctuary from sawdust and savagery

She shares her silence with sedate seagulls

As sacred soliloquies tumble from her sackcloth;

Her stumbling spirit spills sapphires

And savage seasons settle within the ensuing calm

©Selena Howard

 

alliteration:

the use of the same consonant ( consonantal alliteration ) or of a vowel, not necessarily the same vowel ( vocalic alliteration ), at the beginning of each word or each stressed syllable in a line of verse, as in “around the rock the ragged rascal ran”

2 Comments leave one →
  1. January 15, 2012 2:46 pm

    Good use of alliteration. The poem reads wonderfully outloud.

  2. January 15, 2012 4:00 pm

    Thank you Thomas I have to thank Julie Catherine for introducing me to many different styles of poetry. I have so much to learn yet

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