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Monday, 7 January 2019


I am very pleased to join Carrie Van Horn's weekly poetry circle,

The Sunday Muse

This week is The Muse # 37 and sets a rather intriguing theme.

"Guardian" by Chie Yoshii

Her face is appealing
It makes one look twice
One's heart skips a beat
at her beauty ~ so nice.

I look through her eyes,
To her inner being.
Seducing her soul
Until love I am seeing.

Her heart is still her's
But it could yet be mine.
Attraction could get stronger
and mature like red wine.

Yet the fox on her shoulder
Bodes of something not right
Is it really a fox?
as we think at first sight.

Or is it her cunning?
Symbolic for sly
I must get to know her
To discover just why.

It's well worth the risk
I might take a chance
It might be so thrilling
If we start with a dance.

Yes, I'll fly like that butterfly
Throw caution to the wind.
I'll brave that sly fox
I said, as I grinned.

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Eddie Bluelights
7 January 2019

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  1. Dear Eddie! Delighted to see you still poetizing! Happy New Year

  2. Hi Cloudia, Happy New Year to you. . . . :) x

  3. I love the light flowing feel of this, well done.

  4. I like how you delivered a whimsical flow of love from the lady and the fox. Refreshing!

    1. Thankyou . . . not forgetting the flutterby . . :)

  5. Such beautiful rhyme in this Eddie1 I love the sense of adventure for love in this. Wonderful!! Thank you so much for joining us at the Sunday Muse! I do hope you will keep coming back. :-) It posts every Sunday around 10 am central standard time.

  6. This made me grin! Daring the sly fox seems like a good choice. :)

    1. Thankyou . . . yes, it was good to dare a fox. Aren't I brave? lol

  7. I'm impressed, Eddie. I don't know that I'd have the guts to post any of my poetic dribble. Beginner here.

  8. Thanks Julie, I expect you might surprise us . . :)

  9. Welcome, Eddie! I love this, and the way the rhyme flows.

    1. Thanks Sarah . . . looking forward to he next one . . . :)


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