Love’s Song for Blogophilia 13.4


M usical memories of sweet notes long past

 

U nder the moonlight, you see a sight that almost stops your heart (from Thriller)

 

S eeking answers to puzzling questions; a riddle to the soul

 

I miss the trumpet’s soft moan calling me to you

 

C asting shadows when love’s melody fades

 

A song’s refrain brings you back, stopping my heart, still

 

Love– a gift from me, and then, you re-gifted it to another

 

Written for:

Blogophilia 13.4 Topic: “Musical Memories”           

Bonus Points:

(Hard, 2pts): include a riddle and re-gifting

(Easy, 1pt): mention Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”

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29 Responses to Love’s Song for Blogophilia 13.4

  1. Oh, I love the twisty ending on there! very clever! 😀

  2. sharonlee says:

    Perfect kind of re-gift! Groovy Acrostic.

  3. Irene Melgoza says:

    Great acrostic!

  4. Dave Coon says:

    Wonderful acrostic with a wicked twist at the end, Loved this!

  5. Marvin Martian says:

    8 points Earthling! 🙂 Fantastic working of the topics into this acrostic! 🙂

  6. tyler says:

    Such an ending, but sadly real. nice nice this week

  7. bluerose says:

    I like the metaphor, too! Great acrostic 😀

  8. Liam says:

    thats cool

  9. joaniethewriter says:

    Acrostics are one of my favorite poetry forms. You nailed it!

    Regifting love is perfect for whomever recieves it!

    I am off to catch up on last week’s reading!

  10. Leta says:

    Regifted to another… sounds like a country tune to me! 😀

    Nicely done for this week’s challenge.

  11. great acrostic very creative Sassy

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