AN EPANALEPSIS POEM – BE ONE WITH NATURE

AN EPANALEPSIS 

BE ONE WITH NATURE

Stay a free spirit, be one with nature, stay a free spirit.
Be self-sufficient, a hunter-gatherer, be self-sufficient.
Live in the wild let nature guide you, live in the wild.
Natures wonders, your entertainment natures wonders.
The dawn chorus, you rise to join in the dawn chorus.
You sing like a crow, cawing and crackling, you sing like a crow.
Come dusk, the nightingale lulls you to sleep, come dusk.
Sun’s rays awaken the dawn, warming the day.
Be grateful, and thankful for the suns rays.

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© Mick Talbot 2017

 Citation

Lambert-Sluder, Rose. “Epanalepsis.” LitCharts. LitCharts LLC, 17 May 2017. Web. 22 Oct 2017.

My deepest heartfelt thanks to the above for her very informative web page on the definition of Epanalepsis.  Its help in my invention of Epanalepsis poetry has indeed been of great assistance, again many thanks. I hasten to add that all my writing are shared on WORDPRESS and other sites/blogs free gratis and will remain that way, and their copyright to me, for some time to come.
Mick Talbot Oct 23 2017

23 thoughts on “AN EPANALEPSIS POEM – BE ONE WITH NATURE”

    1. Cheers

      ‘wine from grape or from a flower a‘
      ‘ preference for one or a liking ‘
      ‘ for ether one dry or sweet ‘
      ‘ the grape be it red or ‘
      ‘be’
      ‘it’
      ‘w’
      ‘h’
      ‘i’
      ‘t’
      ‘e’
      ‘a’
      ‘glass’
      ‘full at dinner just right’

      Clink, clink, thanks Willow 🙂

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                    1. Your a very clever lady, but between us, no, I just couldn’t get you to say ‘What’s yaws’, to which I would have replied ‘A brandy sour, please’, so I concede, happily I will add, klink, klink, cheers clever lady.

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                    2. I’ll settle for smile, I am guessing as reckon you knew I was up to no good! I reply to your last to much room for innuendo, omg even that word too, like I’ve been around the block a few times too 🙂

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