My Take – Saddle Up Saloon; Colleen’s Double Ennead Challenge No. 3

This month we are focussing on an end rhyme scheme. Colleen says:

Write a double ennead poem using an end rhyme scheme of your choice. You can select a theme that inspires you. If end rhyme schemes aren’t your thing, write your double ennead based on a magical experience—or do both!

3 stanza 6/5/11/6/5 ; rhyme scheme L2/L4

Guardian Angel

on that cloudy morning
almost time for school
the weatherman said possible rain wind and
the temp was very cool
please put on your coats
I opened the door and
there perched on the gate
the whitest bird, a dove, a sign of spirit
the dove sat still and calm
my son climbed the grate
I took a quick photo 
the dove never moved
the wonder stayed with me, is this the angel
who protects? I approve
guardian angel
taken ~1987

©️RuthScribbles aka RuthEK

#myphoto #doubleennead

5 thoughts on “My Take – Saddle Up Saloon; Colleen’s Double Ennead Challenge No. 3

    1. Thank you! i’m so happy I didn’t lose the photograph!! and I get a happy jolt when I remember that morning. Things were very chaotic and my first marriage was on a death spiral. ooh i’m going to use that in a haiku!

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