Sunday Sonnet!

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Soft, gentle silence of the evening breeze,
Enhanced by intermittent blackbird’s call,
Induces sense of soporific ease,
Without the need for sunset ethanol;
Fraught day’s demands have left spirit well spent,
Surviving cutting edge of tempers frayed,
Despite appeals that reason should relent,
Lest untoward demeanour be displayed;
Rail passage cancellations morn and eve,
Arrivals late for work or not at all,
Rewarded everyone with much to grieve,
Not least with foul behaviour that appal;
Sweet stillness of relaxing garden air,
Restores one’s sanity in leisure chair.

ยฉMeanderings 2018

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15 responses to “Sunday Sonnet!

  1. This is so beautiful…and so appropriate. If only we could all sit in a quiet garden at the end of a stressful day. I feel so much for the people who have to battle the trains every day and so much more. Thank you Bushka for a really good Sunday sonnet. Janet x

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  2. I am going to be egocentric and say, I am just so glad I am able to decide to avoid the nationwide travel chaos and absolute incompetence of those get our hard earned cash to pay and reward them for it!

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  3. Writing in form is so lovely because it reminds us much poetry is like music and all our bodily processes have their own music. I wonder if stress makes the music discordant? A skilful piece of writing.Thank you

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  4. A peaceful garden with blackbirds song perfect for restoration of a frazzled body.

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  5. We have our problems down here in NZ too Well written Elliot..

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  6. Oh …to have peace and quiet after all that! Wonderful, descriptive writing!xxx

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