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Winter Falls to Spring

A poem about joy, heartbreak, and recovery

By Kenny PennPublished about a year ago 1 min read
Top Story - March 2023
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Anticipating an atomic amusement,

awaiting an advent advancement,

arrives azure and articulating anger,

angelic animated adored anchor,

adorable aspects all assent


Absconding absent ancestor abducts,

argumentative apologies absurd and abrupt,

agonized ages, awful affronted aches,

abiding anxiety, appalling apparitions awake,

arrant adulterous animal abuses amok


Adjudicated arrival activates avidity,

approaching attachment abolishes acridity,

adventurous attitudes assume and affect,

adulating amorousness another aspect,

attempting amiable amorous activities

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About the Creator

Kenny Penn

Thanks for reading! I enjoy writing in various genres, my favorites being horror/thriller and dark/epic fantasies. I'll also occasionally drop a poem or two.

For a list of all my work, and to connect with me, go to www.kennypenn.com

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Excellent work. Looking forward to reading more!

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  1. Compelling and original writing

    Creative use of language & vocab

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  • JBaz17 days ago

    I cannot ...I mean I cannot understand how you did this. I had to read it a few times and every time I was amazed

  • Amelia Mooreabout a month ago

    dang, this must have taken ages to write. nice job!

  • Jay Kantor2 months ago

    Hi-K ~ As I look out of my California window I so appreciate the color changes; yes, another spring with such a hard winter for all. May I introduce my Brother to you featured in "Twins"...You may relate. j.in.l.a.

  • Hannah Moore3 months ago

    An advanced analysis answers any accused anomalies.

  • M. Lee3 months ago

    This is really cool!

  • L.C. Schäfer7 months ago

    Wow. This is clever! 😁

  • Nobodyabout a year ago

    This is a beautiful and evocative poem! The imagery is vivid and the transition from winter to spring is captured so perfectly. I love how the poem personifies winter and spring as characters, making the shift between seasons feel almost like a conversation between two old friends. The lines "Winter hands over the reins to Spring / and they speak to each other / in a language only they know" are particularly striking. This poem is a wonderful reminder of the beauty and hope that come with the changing of the seasons.

  • Arhealthiabout a year ago

    Well written

  • Rachael MacDonaldabout a year ago

    Very well written. The first 2 lines of the 3rd verse were my favorite. 🙂

  • Nikkiabout a year ago

    Great! I love the way you used all the words.

  • Heather Hublerabout a year ago

    Wonderful use of this form to tell a story. Loved that last line so much!! Fantastic work, congratulations on Top Story :)

  • Victoria R Rise.about a year ago

    Awesome 👍

  • Melissa Ingoldsbyabout a year ago

    Beautiful work!! Congratulations on the top story!

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  • J. Scott Tannerabout a year ago

    Kenny, you prove once again that you are a master storyteller in any form. Absolutely brilliant.

  • Muhammad Aliabout a year ago

    This appears to be a collection of alliterative phrases or sentences, each with their own distinct tone and imagery. It showcases the versatility of language and the power of words to convey emotions and create vivid mental pictures. The repeated use of certain letters and sounds creates a musicality to the writing, adding to the overall impact.

  • Awesome piece ❤️😉Congratulations on Your Top Story❗

  • Donna Reneeabout a year ago

    Oh, how cool! You really built a whole story out of this! 😁 congratulations on the top story!

  • R. J. Raniabout a year ago

    Love this one, Kenny! I love how you manage to tell a story in just A words 🎉🤗 Masterfully done!

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