TANKATUESDAY WEEKLY POETRY CHALLENGE NO. 255: #POET’SCHOICE (WITH A TWIST)

It’s the first of the month and Word Crafters, choose their own poetry form about Yule, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanza, and any festival or tradition celebrated during the month of December or something meaningful as we go into the dark days of winter.”

I have attempted a double Choka

When Sun froze

cold seeps through my soul
turning warm expanse glacial
burnished fires around
fail to thaw frigid fervour
a tremulous tread
on frozen wintery paths
seeking tender touch
to deliquesce frozen soul
now unwary of numb cold
soulful melody
reverberates through lush pines
deep into my heart
redolent with love unbound
an ambrosial rhythm
seeping into cold blue veins
throb with sanguine flow
gush with sweet love that now shows
even on days when sun froze


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