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Gianetta Ellis

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Miss Spring
by Gianetta Ellis
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Spring dreams of becoming summer ~


Art by Maureen Campbell
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Miss Spring
 
From under white blanket,
she rises with the soft-spoken sun ~
scantily clad and budding
 
dreams of brazen displays
and ballads turned burlesque ~
sleepy-eyed inklings welling.
 
Soon, she’ll add a touch
of color to her cheeks; soon,
she’ll be full-bodied and
all dolled-up ~
all tassel and tease,
razzle-dazzle, fleshy vanity,
 
and then we’ll call her
“Mistress Summertime,”
tell her she’s easy, and
 
fall in love with her saunter and blaze.
 
 
Gianetta Ellis © 2011
 
 

 
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Reviewed by Portia Burton
superb word-picture! alas, we have just a few of your beautiful poems here, dear Gianetta Ellis!
Reviewed by Jerry Engler
Yes, spring is a brazen hussy, isn't she? I like the analogy and beauty of this poem. We're esing into full summer now, so I think I'll think back to this well-done song of beauty to call her my mistress summer also...lovely poetry and mirthful too......Jerry
Reviewed by Andy Turner
I have fallen in love with her. Hmmm, hang on a mo' I fall in love with just about any woman. Price of being a bloke. ;)

This is a terrific write. I've noticed that top artists visualise in colours.

Beautiful and stunningly crafted poem. x
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
beautiful write!
Reviewed by Felix Perry
Could almost feel summmers warmth in the lines of this one...nice.\fee
Reviewed by Rose Rideout
We are looking forward to it with each passing day. th sun peeps out a little more and the heat is felt with time.

great write.

Newfie Hugs, Rose
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone
I love how you put this one together. It is so full of sunshine and passion. Have missed you much. Good luck on your new book.

Much peace,love and light,
Amber
Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg
brilliant, gets me in the mood...bring on the spring fever!
Reviewed by George MacLean Akurunwa
Wow, wow...so fantastic! Thanks.
Reviewed by Jon Willey
Gina, the whole of the work with your imagery is stunning. Two lines in particular are slathered in poetic exquisiteness."and ballads turned burlesque", "fall in love with her saunter and blaze". Both shake my imagination and empty my crusty repertoire holding me at attention.I bid you love and peace my dear friend. Jon Michael
Reviewed by George Carroll
You undressed the Summer time to expose all its hidden beauty
Reviewed by John Flanagan
Gorgeous in every way, Gina.

John
Reviewed by J.A. Aarntzen
A beautiful work to celebrate the new season dawning upon us. I know that where you live and where I live Miss Spring has been sleeping in this year. She keeps covering herself up in her blanket again. When is she going to be all razzle-dazzle and fleshy? Great imagery once again Gina!
Reviewed by Gene Williamson
Gina, I love it too. The imagery is perfect. As is
the last line...in celebration of Mistress Summertime.
-gene.
Reviewed by Christine Tsen
Oh Gianetta, this is something with soul!!!
I hear music, see colors, your sonic elements are hypnotic...
I love this. I really do.
Christine
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