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April 6, 2016

Prompt: Write an ekphrastic poem. An ekphrastic poem is a poem inspired by art.

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art credit: “Age of Love,” by Alfons Mucha

The Celebration

shadows fall across the land
as we gather hand in hand

bonfires light our course
all for love, no remorse

in a circle, round about
cast off our worldly doubt

lovers cuddle by the fire
dancers dance to inspire

once a year we gather here
usher in a festive year

come, dear Cupid, from above
welcome this our age of love

©2016 Lori Carlson. All rights reserved.

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3 Comments
  1. This is very sweet 🙂

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