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White-capped
Peaks, rising high
Above the grimy spring
Streets, seen at the end of the road
Like a mirage towering into the
Blue desert sky. Rise from the busy
Day and rest in glory
With the mountains,
White-capped.

I won Perfect Poet Award at Poetry Rally!

I nominate Belfast David for next time.

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21 Comments

  1. mountains white capped, love the imagery here.
    welcome back to poets rally.

    :)
    have fun.

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  2. You describe a great view here..I’d love to live there as I live in a very flat lowland area :)

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  3. lovely pictures you have painted here through your words …
    beautiful write

    Thursday Rally

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  4. lovely, picturesque

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  5. Inspirational– love your images!

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  6. Really nice descriptive poem… You take us there!

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  7. Very nice imagery released through your penned words ~becca

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  8. could imagine Kilimanjaro or Everest through your words.. nicely versed, Lizbeth..! :)

    Here’s My Poetry For The Rally

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  9. Lola

     /  March 26, 2011

    sounds lovely

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  10. how is your day?

    please find time visiting poets who were here for you but you did not visit yet..

    Thanks..

    have fun. :)

    let us know after you aRE DONE 18 visiting…

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  11. You’d beautifully described what I saw on my walk with the dogs yesterday, with all muddy roads and brown fields leading to snow-covered mountains. Thanks for putting my afternoon into words!

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  12. I’d call this one ‘Serenity’ :)It has such a peaceful smooth feel. Thanks for sharing!

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  13. perfect…

    thanks for the nomination.
    :)

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  14. congratulations! like the imagery :)

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  15. Well deserved award, as and lovely poem! Always!

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  16. Oh, peace. A good poem on which to end my day. Peace. Serenity. Calm. All here. Thank you!

    Happy Rally days and contratulations on your award and a fine nomination.

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  17. belfastdavid

     /  March 30, 2011

    Love the poem – I could just see the image you created.

    And thank you for the nomination

    David

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