any picture comes to my mind,
i try to give it a body of words,
love to sit on other blooms,
for honey, color, fragrance........
It's wonderful to see the colors of the supernovas via the Hubble telescope...it boggles the mind...I like your S's in your Pleiades
Supernovae are such wonder.. And those patterns you can see in those images.
it's not really a catastrophe, it's just a big galactic change.
supernovas are amazing..loved it..
Different colours of the supernova. It shines bright illuminating the sky. A lovely response to the prompt.
A really Skillful and Sophisticated poem. Superb!
That supernova can give a sudden burst of colors ~ (I think you are missing one more line, smiles) ~
ouch...you're right Grace...ugh..
well that would be quite destructive to the trees...and implosion/explosion...unless of course it was of color...which this season is all about here....grace is right, it is 7 lines for the 7 sisters..but that is fine...
This is very colorful! I love it!
autumn is the supernova of the trees - yes, that works for me
liked the use of trees in the end... nice
It's wonderful these can be seen with all their splendor via NASA & Hubble. Nice.
Everything in your poem speaks of sudden change, huge change, in full color. We have lived through this before, but will we again?
I like the feeling of this intense flame descending...powerful.
This is a poem I can SEE, Sumana! Lovely.
I like the vivid nature of this poem. Well done.
I love color and was so glad to see how very appropriately you used that as a focus in this!
I like this form, very much, and you've penned a "shining" example of Pleiades, here.
This is clever......plus it would also work for Susan's prompt: Trees!
Supernovas in treesStrange they have similarities to ordinary elements on earth. Wonderful lines Sumana!Hank
Absolutely breathtaking to imagine, all of those colors morphing together. Nice take on the prompt!
Love all these colors emerging in your poem with the picture reflecting burst!. ~ Wonderful on the prompt!
Your poem is as colorful as its inspiration. :-)
My take from your poem is that Autumn induces mini-supernovas in the leaves of trees all over the planet; nice job.
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