A Primrose Hill

Terry Trainor By Terry Trainor, 12th Feb 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
Posted in Wikinut>Writing>Poetry>General Fiction

I have decided to changed some small neaunces to my poetry. Hope you enjoy the changes/

A mount of Spring

A mount of spring with a long gentle swell
Adorned in morning freshness is upon thee
On this green heath verdant primrose spread
The early blooms of heaven slumber in mist
A slight gale drives the white vapors away
Revealing sudden gleaming opening vista’s
Of blossomed hedges, now seen, now lost

Moving Pictures

They seem as moving pictures passing by
Silence abounds except on top of the swell
Stirring by passing gusts gnarled aged trees
Their rustling tops utter voices not known
Like spirits in a dream on the hill of spring
Loved in their loneliness by all that do love
Flowers dressed, colored glories to behold


The words taken from old English text from the 18th century. I have tried to brutally truthful with this language. My honesty will lose me some portion on the grading system. Some of the words had to be changed as this is an international site and some may not understand. Classical poetry has always been my favourite, as it lives in history, beauty and melancholy. Hope you enjoy it as it is one of the many unpublished.


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I am a Poet.
My passion is to write about nature and the history of nature.

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author avatar Stella Mitchell
13th Feb 2015 (#)

This is lovely Terry
From henceforth don't be shy to write such melodic words ..
Write on my friend .
many blessings to you and yours
Stella ><

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author avatar Terry Trainor
17th Feb 2015 (#)

Thank you Stella my dear friend xxxx

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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
7th Jun 2015 (#)

Missing yours Terry - lovely poem, I love nature and not fond of clinging to gadgets - siva

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