Autumn Breeze

God
blows
His
kisses
across
land
and
sea
to
plant
them
on
my
cheek.

“Autumn Breeze” by Abigail Gronway

Copyright © 2021 Abigail Gronway – All Rights Reserved

About the Poem:
I’m sitting outside enjoying a refreshing breeze. Why not write about it?

Scansion:
Word Sonnet
Introduced in 1985 by New Formalist, American poet Brad Leithauser
One word per line
Some believe it ought to follow a sonnet rhyme scheme

6 Replies to “Autumn Breeze”

    1. I like this one because it’s deceptively difficult. To me the challenge is choosing fourteen words that sound like poetry and not merely a sentence spread out across fourteen lines. 🙂

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