Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Alphabe-Thursday: M is for Moonlit Madness

Madness in the Mangrove swamp
greets our maiden fair
within the mystical marsh
meandering into minstrel’s lair

Mellifluous melodies
erupt from mandolin strings
a mesmerizing minuet                                  
mindful of her misgivings

Mimicking the mantis
praying meditative chants
Keeping time with meter
of mayflies’ buzzing rants

Hypnotic strains masquerade
as medication for tortured soul
intoxicated by maestro’s medley
she loses self control

Musing on how it happened
in middle of moonlit moor
the night she became mistress
to minstrel’s musical score.


Jenny Matlock


Millie said...

Magnificent and Marvelous! I just loved this. Mine is here.

Bob Rhea said...

As an English Lit. major, I thoroughly love your poetry! They bring many smiles to my face :-) By the way, I'm back online with my blog now, just finished a post! I hope to be adding a post each Monday evening from here on out.

jfb57 said...

I love it when folk write poetry. This is so good. I can sense that mangrove!

Susan Anderson said...

I always enjoy your alliterative poems.

Great job!


~✽Mumsy✽~ said...

Marvelous poem, Polly! You always captivate me with your words.

JDaniel4's Mom said...

This poems reads like music. What wonderful images you paint.

Brian Miller said...

melodious...i sometimes get lost to the music myself...

Liz Mays said...

You are so good at this and it can't be easy. There's no way I could write something melodic like that.

Jo said...

i love the images this poem conveyed ... beautifully done!

Judie said...

Polly, you are just a genius at this! Brava!!

Jenny said...

Holy crimoly!

All I could think of was about 12 M words.

But you! You totally rocked this M post for Alphabe-Thursday!

Heavens, girl. You must be a human dictionary.

Really ummm... ummmm... ummm... MAGNIFICENT!

Sorry. It took me a little bit to think of an "M" word there!


Thanks for linking!


Cheryl D. said...

You know, you were supposed to write something using the letter "M."


j/k, obviously. That was pretty damn impressive! You have a wonderful vocabulary. I'm going to have to buy a dictionary now!


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