The Indigo Spell

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Intricately woven on sunlit trees,

Dancing on the backs of a lonely breeze.

Mesmerizing; this petalled enchantress,

Kiss of Death, Indigo temptress.

For a glance may not harm or kill its admirer,

But a single touch will render it a violet terror.

Cherish it from afar to elude its lilac blade,

Looks can be deceiving, deadly Nightshade.

27 comments on “The Indigo Spell

  1. krysiakorsak says:

    I do like this very much…dark and mysterious and sinister imagery. Lovely.


  2. unbolt says:

    Oh… I missed your magical poems! ā¤ ā¤ ā¤


  3. thats very nice poetry indeed.


  4. Laughing Dragon says:

    The rhythm and rhyme are excellent. Will definitely be looking through your earlier works.

    Do you have a poem you loved writing the most?


  5. DELL CLOVER says:

    Oh My, you’ve struck my Indigo note! Splendid writing.


  6. Beautiful poem. I enjoy the rhyme; and the music in the verses. Thanks for the follow.


  7. quirkyshine says:

    Nice poetry here… šŸ™‚ now I am your fan… šŸ™‚


  8. rachelcole26 says:

    What a beautiful and dark creation


  9. Luv ur poem … glad 2 see u r back. Looking forward 2 seeing more of ur work again.


  10. Luv ur poem … glad 2 see u r back. Looking forward 2 seeing more of ur work again.


  11. Kate Rauner says:

    Lovely words – and a flower very like the one pictured grows in my area – and I’m in SW New Mexico! But then, Death circles the world.


  12. rodsimonson says:

    Nicely captured and well expressed. ;o)

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  13. Great poem! so glad you stumbled on my blog so now I can follow you,can’t wait for your next blog

    Liked by 1 person

  14. this indigo spell of yours has grabbed me in the spell your fingers are working. reading your poetry is like, the sweetest and richest drink i get all day. keep writing šŸ˜ƒ

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  15. Thank you for your comment. I love the beauty in your choice of words you used to bring your poem into form,great job and keep up the great work enjoyed it very much. Anita


  16. Ink Pastries says:

    “Nice doesn’t mean good.” –from the movie “Into the Woods”


  17. Alexia Lauren says:

    Wow! The imagery and metaphors are simply enchanting! ā™”


  18. I love this poem’s beautiful flow and phrases.


  19. andysmerdon says:

    Nice. Ominous words, I like the way you have wound your way to the final advisory line – just like the vine itself winds its way through the trees. Thanks for sharing and visiting my place. I’ll be back


  20. Prince Afari says:

    nyc one there. like the imagery.


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