THE FOG BURNS OFF (photo) & SO MUCH COLOR ON A FOGGY MORNING (non-dream free verse poem) by Roswila
SO MUCH COLOR ON A FOGGY MORNING
under the platter white circle
of a hazy sun, the jacaranda's branches
fall to the trimmer's silver blade,
his bucket seat at the end
of an orange arm rising
to meet the highest of the tree's
bright green challenges
[non-dream free verse poem written 10-11-16. As with yesterday's post, this is a rather "meh" poem, IMHO. However, at least it's something new, not a re-post. The photo was taken not long after I drafted this poem on my way this morning to that beach overlook park. Photo "The Fog Burns Off" (10-11-16 001v2) by Roswila]
There are many other sorts of posts on this blog. I indicate which are about or influenced by dreams. Some non dream focused posts are book reviews, "regular" poems (some by other writers), scifaiku, writing exercises, Tarot haiku, photos, haiga, and so on. However, most of those are in much older posts. There's a listing by month going back to early 2006, at the end of the sidebar.
[a/k/a Patricia Kelly]
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