Welcome to Day 2 of the WATCH “#RWISA” WRITE Showcase Tour w/@DLFinnauthor! #RRBC #RWISAWRW

Watch Write Showcase Tour

We’re continuing to bring you a great showcase of writing talent so on Day 2 (7/2/19) I bring to you a short collection of poetry by Author, D. L. Finn, which I have personally entitled POETRY II because she has published the first set in our upcoming WATCH “RWISA” WRITE Anthology!!!

D. L. Finn

“ICICLES”  

The icicles dangle downward

Reaching for the substantial snow

Each drop bringing them closer

As the landscape merges into itself

It is silent in its existence

Until a raven reveals itself

Wondering what’s in the trash

Yet, the moment remains peaceful

Sitting and surveying in the chill

An instant promising potential

When there is no celerity

When crackling fires call

When surroundings are concealed

Soon, the renewal will be revealed

But now it’s the stage of contemplation.

For sustenance

For solace

For soul

To live on our abundance of the past

This is the gift of the snow

When we can replenish our hearts

In the silence of the icicles.

 

“FREEDOM”  (Musings from the back of a Harley)

The freedom of the blue skies

Welcome us warmly back

Our path is asphalt

Our vehicle a mechanical horse

Our guide is the wind

Lush green walls soar

The sun illuminates the way

Oaks are waking up after a long nap

And I…

I fill my soul

With nature’s flowering renewal

Bursting with beauty and abundance

In the freedom of spring.

 

“WHERE THE RIVERS MEET”

Roaring white, pounding the granite

Swirling, swelling, splendor

The air is heavy with anticipation

It blows over me like a lover’s touch

Filling my heart with sweet floral ecstasy

I relax into the experience

Each breath carries away my worries

My eyes fill with abandonment

As the rushing liquid serenades me

Singing the praise of this paradise

Until the different directions converge

After a brief resounding rumble

They combine and continue on their way

Leaving the moment where the rivers meet.

 

OCEAN

As I sit perched up high on our lanai

Comfortable on my recliner in the shade

The ocean draws my gaze

Its sapphire and emerald water calls me

While the blue pool floats in its space—uninviting

I hear the sea’s song as it smashes onto the shore

The surfers ride its motion

The snorkelers gaze into its depth

And the swimmers float on its perception

Our attraction is undeniable

Opposites: one of air, one of water

It beckons, and I must respond

Offering myself up to the hidden world

Under the cerulean summon

I answer, embracing the ocean completely.

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Thank you for supporting this member along the WATCH “RWISA” WRITE Showcase Tour today! We ask that if you have enjoyed this member’s writing, please visit their Author Page on the RWISA site, where you can find more of their writing, along with their contact and social media links, if they’ve turned you into a fan.

We ask that you also check out their books in the RWISA or RRBC catalogs. Thanks, again for your support and we hope that you will follow each member along this amazing tour of talent! Don’t forget to click the link below to learn more about this author:

D. L.’s Author Profile Page

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13 Comments

  1. Denise is a wonderful poet! Thanks for hosting, Nonnie! ❤

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  2. Shirley Harris-Slaughter

    Hi D.L. and congratulations on your showcase of poems.

    Hi Nonnie. It’s good to visit your blog today. I love the warm colors and Denise should be quite comfortable over here.

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  3. outshineovariancancer

    I love your poetry, Denise. It fills my soul. Thank you for hosting, Nonnie.

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  4. Wonderful poetry, Denise.
    Thanks for hosting, Nonnie.

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    • D.L. Finn, Author

      Thanks, Rhani:) I’m happy to hear that.

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  5. D.L. Finn, Author

    Thank you for hosting me here today, Nonnie–and for the title:)

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  6. These are gems. Bravo to Denise! 🙂
    Thanks for hosting and sharing, Nonnie.
    Cheers to you both!

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    • D.L. Finn, Author

      Thank you, Natalie:) I appreciate that!

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  7. Thank you for hosting Denise, Nonnie. Her poems are beautiful

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  8. I respect poets, D.L., those who can condense long stories short! Of course, my mind doesn’t work like that! Well done and congrats! Thank you, Nonnie for hosting.

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    • D.L. Finn, Author

      Thank you, Joy:) I really enjoy doing it. There are a lot of patterns involved and I have always looked for them.

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