Littoral Reverse Nonet

Midst
nitid
dragon runes
mythical beach
polished grove armour
ruins of legends past
unmatched tidal gallantry
opposing unforgiving odds
Archives of Revealed Heroism

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18 thoughts on “Littoral Reverse Nonet

  1. dcardiff says:

    I love dragons, ruins of legends past, opposing unforgiving odds. It takes me back to Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. Wonderful adventures.

    Cheers,
    Dennis

  2. Wow. I do like this reversal very much. Excellent piece.

  3. Kira says:

    Ohhh…nice a Nonet. Your imagery got my imagination flowing. I’m huge dragon fan!!

    • Thank you! Imagination is everything, as Einstein said! I am really enjoy reading your blog! You have so many exotic styles that I have never heard of!
      Greg

      • Kira says:

        let me introduce you to my little friend “shadowpoetry.com” I’ve gotten most of my poetry forms from there. I just started writing poetry about a month ago, so this is all new to me. I’m having a lot of fun writing them and they help me in my recovery. I enjoy reading your blog as well.

        • Wow! Your ‘little friend’ is … amazing! Thanks! I only started writing last June and still consider myself ‘new’ at this poetry biz too!
          Greg

          • Kira says:

            I think I’m kind of addicted to poetry now! lol I have so many more on there that I want to try. I’m going to try a couple new forms this weekend. Plus I’ve gotten some forms from other bloggers. Well, I think you are a wonderful poet…and you like dragons…bonus!!! 🙂

  4. drgnflygrrl says:

    I nominated you for the WordPress Family award because I love Dargons, and dragon musings and beaches and I really do love this blog. =)

    http://drgnflygrrl.wordpress.com/2013/05/01/the-family-we-choose/

  5. I have nominated you for the sunshine award. It’s a very long process to accept and post, so I understand if you decline. However, if you’d like to accept, please follow the instructions posted on my homepage. Blessings on your day.

  6. penpusherpen says:

    sometimes a word or sentence holds me in it’s thrall, until a poem or short story forms.. so I can imagine this held you for a while… I love anything to do with Dragons, Myths…Adventure, …. so twofold was I held whilst reading…. xPenx

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