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Spring Pride

The Queer Vocal Voices Unofficial Spring Poetry Challenge What Does Spring Look Like to You?

By Mike Singleton - MikeydredPublished 29 days ago β€’ 1 min read


This is a poem from this challenge:

The flag image is taken from this site:

I have tried to do a simple visual acrostic starting with each colour and the flowers I have seen in those colours to show what spring means to me. I hope this works.

The music is "Spring" from "The Four Seasons" by Antonio Vivaldi

Spring Pride


Hot Pink, Dahlia Flower🌺

Red Rose The Romantic Bloom🌹

Orange Tiger Lilly. WowπŸ’

Yellow Sunflower, My Muse 🌻

Green Are The Leaves And Long Stems πŸƒ

Turquoise Forget Me Nots, No 🌼

Bluebells Beautiful And Then 🏡️

Violets, Spring Pride Flag Show🌸


nature poetryAcrostic

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Mike Singleton - Mikeydred

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Call Me Les β™₯ Gina β™₯ Heather β™₯ Caroline β™₯

Babs β™₯ ROCK β™₯ Dhar β™₯ Cathy β™₯ Judey β™₯ Anna β™₯

Daphsam β™₯ Misty β™₯ Melissa β™₯ Ma Coombs β™₯

Carol β™₯

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Comments (5)

  • Catherine Nyomenda28 days ago

    I don't know how you do what you do. But clearly you are one of the most creative creators I've come across. I applaud your work.

  • This was so colourful Mike! I loved it!

  • Babs Iverson28 days ago

    Beautifully written!!!πŸ’•β€οΈβ€οΈ

  • Dear Mike, I thoroughly enjoyed your poem "Spring Pride." The visual acrostic technique beautifully captures the vibrant essence of spring through the colors of the Pride flag, creating a vivid and uplifting celebration of both nature and identity. Your choice of flowers and their associated colors brings a refreshing and harmonious perspective to the theme. The inclusion of Vivaldi's "Spring" adds a delightful auditory element that enhances the overall experience. Thank you for this creative and inspiring piece. Best regards, Dr. Jay

  • Gerard DiLeo29 days ago

    Very nice. Variegated, too!

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