BLOGMAS DAY 9- Village Lights Poem

BLOGMAS DAY 9- Village Lights Poem

I absolutely love to write poetry, and because of that, I decided that I would share one of my very own poems on here for very first time, this one having a Christmassy vibe.

 

Village Lights

 

A beige jigsaw illuminated by amber light

flickers in a darkened room.

The golden core; a child’s invite.

 

Wiry evergreen, spattered with white

paint cast shadows as they bloom.

A beige jigsaw illuminated by amber light

 

The winter display, a cause of delight

amongst youthful eyes, which consume

the golden core; a child’s invite.

 

Melodic whistles of a train as passengers alight,

you turn the cog, granting the journey to resume.

A beige jigsaw illuminated by amber light

 

Carved reindeer, advent chocolate height,

disguise the plain wood – a Christmas costume.

The golden core; a child’s invite.

 

Such joy gained from a miniature world, bright

lights invite you inside their Christmas playroom.

A beige jigsaw illuminated by amber light.

The golden core; a child’s invite.

 

 



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Chandrima
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It was such a delight to read your poems! Seemed like I witnessed the Christmas eve in front of my eyes through the lines of your poem.

Cath
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Beautiful. I really hope you put more of your poems on your blog.

Courtney
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This is beautiful! Villanelle’s are so hard to pull off, but you made it look easy with this beautifully crafted poem. Brb just getting a mulled wine and Santa hat, you just put me in such a festive mood!


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