cinquain poem about spring

by • May 2, 2012 • Children Poems, Cinquain Poems, Spring PoemsComments (16)11249

Cinquain poem about spring

Cinquain poem about spring

Cinquain poem about spring

A very short poem about tulip flowers.

Tulips Poem

proudly blooming
the messengers of spring
creating scenes of paradise

© 2012 Marinela Reka

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16 Responses to Cinquain poem about spring

  1. Hi,I am soma from somkritya,wanted to subscribe to your site via e mail, can you guide me here cos i cant find a follow button 🙂

  2. Pietro says:

    So nice, Marinela. Yes, tulips and flowers with their transparencies and shades, as you say, “creating scenes of paradise”.
    Happy Thursday!

  3. Lovely image and beautiful Cinquain Poem, enjoyed it very much!

  4. I love Tulips, and your poem is so lovely with that pic 🙂

  5. Such a beautiful poem, making simple things so delightful 🙂

  6. Hilary says:

    H Marinela .. I love the tulips – ours are almost over now .. but it’s so damp and not at all warm .. we had summer in February I think!

    Beautiful and I’m sure the rain we’re having will enhance our summer flowers … cheers Hilary

  7. Katya says:

    Such a cheerful cinquain. Thank you for sharing it.

  8. wordwand says:

    a lovely cinquain and a well-timed one .well done.

  9. JulesPaige says:

    If you took out the ‘the’ in your middle line you would have an Elfje 🙂
    You can see more about that form here:
    Thank you for your visit to my site today.
    Is any 5 line poem a cinquain? I was introduced to that form a while back but I honestly forget if there are any other guide lines other than five brief lines.

  10. Libby says:

    This is beautiful. I love the photo too. Jules makes a good point! Thank you for visiting me and introducing me here. I look forward to some Elfje from you.

  11. Veeh Cirra says:

    “Messengers of spring” paints such a lovely picture in my mind…

  12. Yousei Hime says:

    Thank you for your visit. Tanka are favorites of mine, though I don’t write them often. Perhaps I’ll work on a few soon. I look forward to seeing you again.

  13. jyothi says:

    what a beautiful blog and awesome poems and photos. wish there was a subscription option though.. really delightful!

  14. Hi Marinela,
    I love your website and your poems. You are very gifted and I look forward to reading your future poems. I love this little cinquain. Beautifully written.
    Norma 🙂

  15. adama says:

    nice and powerful

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