24 January: dVerse Quadrille

AI art. winter garden, snow, ice, dusk moonlight.

Winter Garden

Winter’s moon leaves
a slick of ice, agony
bedded on the leaves.

Touched by silence.

The garden shines
stiff as starched sheets.

The roses buried
where music has gone quiet.

Summer was once here
with secret perfumes that
flew the air on iced wings.


for dVerse Poets, Quadrille #168 “Ice”. AI Digital Art is mine and created using Midjourney’s bot (v4). Image and poem ©Misky 2023 Shared on Twitter @dversePoets #amwriting @midjourney

21 responses to “24 January: dVerse Quadrille”

  1. Love your winter garden, Marilyn: the description of the slick of ice as ‘agony bedded on the leaves’ and the ‘roses buried where music has gone quiet’.

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  2. This is simply magical, Misky ❤

    ~David

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    1. Thank you, David!

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  3. Simply sublime, Misky! I long for summer and roses red as wine. 🌹 ❣️

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    1. Thank you, Nancy! Yes, bring on spring – I’ll wait for summer. I have yellow croci blooming in the lawn now!

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      1. Oh, I’m so jealous! We have nothing blooming yet but it surely beats snow. You’re most welcome, Misky!

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  4. That image is stunning! Your imagery is pure magic!

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    1. Thank you very much!

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  5. It is beautiful, but summer is still better

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    1. I agree. Much better.

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  6. A lovely winter garden. That photo is amazing.

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  7. Beautiful wintry images….especially love the “iced wings”.

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  8. Winterscape under the moon is haunting. Love this part: “The garden shines / stiff as starched sheets.”

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