Happy Friday! Here I am again for my Tanka challenge, I kept the prompt words of “peace and spirit.” Both words have many connotations and can change the meaning of your Tanka poetry in many ways. By the way, please link your Tanka to my post found here.
The amber-haired girl –
heir to the green fairy stone
leads the Naiad nymphs
while her spirit burns brightly
peace descends upon the swamp.
©Colleen M. Chesebro
Video credit: Eloise De Sousa
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The RonovanWrites #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #104 words for this week are “dazzle & sky.”
I am still editing The Swamp Fairy, Book 1 of the Heart Stone Chronicles. My fairy nymphs are never far, and they continue to share the wonders of their nymph kingdom with me…
Here’s a sneak peek from The Swamp Fairy:
“The heart stone is a massive chunk of green calcite located deep within the swamp which Abby Forester inherited from her mother. The mystical stone is surrounded by a fairy rath, an earthen ridge of land built up to resemble a bank or wall. Within this swamp fairy rath, grows the elusive pink sundew plants known for their medicinal properties. Revered by early Native Americans, the plants could prove to be the key to saving humanity.
Abby wears a green calcite pendant which her mother once wore. The pendant, a piece of the heart stone from the swamp, enhances emotional balance and the knowledge of divine love. When worn near the heart, green calcite ignites an emotional connection between the Naiad Nymphs and Abby, revealing her true destiny.
Can Abby save the swamp and the Naiad Nymph Clan from certain destruction before it is too late?”
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