mid-night noel

Linking to dVerse Poets. Kim hosts and shares this night-time panorama!

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Wroclaw, Poland – photo by kim

 

nights razzle city

lights dazzle pretty

merry Christmastide

fairy carriage ride

trees displayed there

seen in market square

river shines reflection

mirrors celebration

dragon in fountain

shadow of mountain

steeple tickles sky

people trickle by

carolers swell song

cathedral bells gong

haze glows of gaslight

maze lit  til midnight

17 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. katiemiafrederick
    Nov 23, 2016 @ 16:56:17

    LiGhts of Christmas
    niGhts before A Sun
    makes a three day sTall
    in the sky and moves toward
    A liGht of Easter and SprinG
    sAMe of new and floWerRinG liFe
    more after fAll and
    WiNter
    to SumMer’s
    bRing oF beauty more..
    City liGhts of liFe SpRing2..
    eventuAlly
    from
    WiNter
    dARk..
    Other than that
    Hi.. Lynn.. nice to
    see you at the end aGain..
    celebrating my 16th chapter in 2K..sixteen..
    of a 7th book totaling 12 million words tomorrow..
    giving thanks more..
    in 6 years..
    as just
    a note..
    aNotHeR
    beFore
    i DancE and SinG oN..:)

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  2. ladynyo
    Nov 23, 2016 @ 14:41:59

    we have nothing like your Christmas market here, Lynn. It’s strange living in a city where people have to drive forever and don’t know who is next to you on the street. I love the ‘community’ implied in your poem.

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  3. paulscribbles
    Nov 23, 2016 @ 12:30:58

    A wonderful jingle of a poem.

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  4. Laura Bloomsbury
    Nov 23, 2016 @ 10:52:27

    getting us in the spirit of Christmas Lynn with this jingly upbeat poem – love the last line especially
    “maze lit til midnight”

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  5. Grace
    Nov 23, 2016 @ 07:27:02

    I can see that Christmas spirit is here Lynn ~ I smiled at this part:

    steeple tickles sky

    Thanks for joining us ~

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  6. Björn Rudberg (brudberg)
    Nov 23, 2016 @ 02:28:31

    I would so love to be caught in that razzle… but it was such a long time since I looked forward to a Christmas… maybe I need to indulge in the joy… let loose in the dazzle.

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  7. kim881
    Nov 23, 2016 @ 01:41:10

    Nice to see you razzling and dazzling, Lynn! How wonderful that you’ve described the Christmas market. which they were just finishing setting up the day we arrived and by the last evening the lights were on, stalls were selling food and the ‘train ride’ was up and running, And the cathedral bells were ringing! You’ve packed everything so beautifully into your poem!

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