A few words…

for Friday Fictioneers

 

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Silence falls as the auditorium lights dim. 

Violins screech a chilling tune as a winter-clad bard stands before the curtain and unfurls a parchment scroll.

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“Let’s bid farewell 

to the season of chill”.

The fiddles fall silent.  He sheds his cloak as the curtain glows gold. He continues.

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“Blossom petals fall

like pink confetti

on a yellow carpet

of nodding cowslips.

Bluebells chime

and primroses smile.d70e253174d964c6d19f13dfbb6c5e2c_bluebell-stock-vector-illustration-of-colored-love-69252270_718-900 A new sound echoes

at day’s dawn

A choir of songbirds

sing their song.

An overture to

the opera of spring.

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Let the first act begin!”

 

The curtains swing open and the chorus bursts into life. Spring has begun.

 

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angry-judge-illustration-cartoon-character-shouting-pointing-viewer-55973884Thanks to Rochelle for hosting and to Dale for the photo.

 

 

 

 

 

Click Froggie to join in the fun.

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63 thoughts on “A few words…

  1. rochellewisoff Feb 26, 2020 / 14:17

    Dear Keith,

    Very clever way to share a verse about spring. Imaginative and fun, as is your floral froggie. 😀

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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    • Keith's Ramblings Feb 26, 2020 / 16:59

      Thanks, Rochelle. Verse is not really my thing, so I thought that by wrapping it in a story I might just get away with it!

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  2. Dale Feb 26, 2020 / 15:35

    Lovely… the stage is set for spring (I say this as they call for another friggen 6-8 inches of snow in the next few days)

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  3. ceayr Feb 26, 2020 / 15:59

    Poetry, Keith?
    Next thing you and Rosey will be cha-cha-ing across our screens!

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  4. Mike Feb 26, 2020 / 16:06

    This is a Story I enjoyed and a show I would like to see.

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  5. Anita Feb 26, 2020 / 16:45

    When winter is here, can spring be far behind?
    What a way to usher in the spring & so much cheer! 🙂

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  6. trentpmcd Feb 26, 2020 / 18:15

    The curtains are still closed here, or at least there is still far more snow on the ground than flowers… Great way to open spring!

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  7. Na'ama Yehuda Feb 27, 2020 / 01:07

    Froggie needs a slightly bigger podium if he is aiming to hide behind one … 😉
    Here’s to spring.
    Ode to spring!

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  8. Tannille Feb 27, 2020 / 04:58

    Very creative turning the prompt into acts of seasons. Makes me yearn for the spring weather.

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  9. draliman Feb 27, 2020 / 08:38

    Wonderful!
    Though at first I misread your title as “Farewell to the season of chilli” and had a mild panic attack.

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  10. pennygadd51 Feb 27, 2020 / 10:55

    Your story left me smiling and with a warm glow. Clever idea to frame the poem as a stage production.

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  11. granonine Feb 28, 2020 / 01:39

    Keith, you’ve gone poetic on us! A lovely ode to spring, and I can’t wait. Only a few more weeks, maybe three, here in my corner of PA 🙂

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  12. James McEwan Feb 28, 2020 / 19:51

    Great opening to the play. – As the audience sit in their winter coats – out with the chill and in with spring – love it.

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