Song of Spring – Trifextra

Trifextra asks for 33 word using onomatopoeic, expressions. I wrote a little rhyme, using at least three words to be on the safe side (my favourite is susurrus). Spring is at its best here right now.

Birch of spring (own photo)

Birch of spring (own photo)


the sussurros in verdant spring
my orchard full of buzzing bees
in harmonies I pling my strings
and singing song to southern breeze
the joyful symphony I bring
can never ever you displease


May 10, 2013

24 responses to “Song of Spring – Trifextra

  1. This is a great piece! I love the perfectness of “pling my strings” too!

    I used to pling the strings of a violin-and brought nothing but displeasure to those around me;)

  2. This is the kind of writing that the Trifecta Challenge is for. You wove such a wonderful poem from the prompt. And to think it would have never been in existence but for the challenge. It’s inspired!

  3. This brought to mind a sixteenth century Prince Charming playing the mandoline while perched on a wall under a balcony…very romantic!

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