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Jilly Quadrilly

JillyQuadrillyLake days
Snowbound craze
Song-birding Sundays
Chipping malaise

Home again
Gone again
Longing for Michigan

Y’alling and falling
Into a calling
No more forestalling

Flight out of Caroline
Into your arms entwine
Two hearts complete align

Long days of wording
Boundless absurding
Looking forewording!

© Jilly’s 2016

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46 thoughts on “Jilly Quadrilly

  1. I agree with Victoria above.

    Into your arms entwine
    Two hearts complete align

    The perfect soul catching and imagery of infinite love of both joy and completeness.

    Excellent writing my friend.

    P.S I am currently now following your page and looking forward to reading more of your work.

    Also, stop by my page. I posted a brand new poem. This one is a trip beyond anything. You decide. 🙂

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    1. Thanks, Victoria! The ‘Chipping’ would work in golf as I played & caddied, but the allusion is to my alma mater – Central Michigan U. is the Chippewas – better known as the Chips. I meant for it to have multiple meanings… yeah – that’s my story 🙂

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  2. Cute title, Jilly, and that “y’alling” made me think that you must have landed in the South at some point. 🙂 Love the entwining and aligning and all that rhyming…sounds like it’s been a satisfying life.

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