Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Poetry Tuesday: Pantoum Form

Hello Poetteers, 


Poets on the Page have their weekly poetry prompt up and i'm participating again. This week part of the challenge is to attempt to write a Pantoum.

Winter Air 


The warmth seeped through my hands and reached my heart 
breathing the fresh air after the snowfall 
it touches my nose sharply
like ice fell onto my face 

Breathing the fresh air after the snowfall 
like daggers warning you of what is to come 
like ice fell onto my face 
I take my scarf to cover up, the next time I'm out I'll remember this

Like daggers warning you of what is to come 
it touches my nose sharply
I take my scarf to cover up, the next time I'm out I'll remember this
the warmth seeped through my hands and reached my heart. 

Love, 

Fida 

8 comments:

Beth Camp said...

How nice to see a poem that finds beauty in the winter. Lovely!

Crystal Collier said...

I love it! Wonderful use of repetition there at the end, with a change. Absolutely beautiful.

Pam Ray said...

Very nice, I enjoyed reading this.

Carol Campbell said...

I feel such tenderness reading this!

Fifi Islaih said...

Thank you!

Fifi Islaih said...

Thank you so much!

Fifi Islaih said...

Thanks!

Fifi Islaih said...

Thank you!