Tag Archives: poetry

A Tomb’s Chartreuse Dome

A tomb’s chartreuse dome Behind leaves before the sky I’m grateful for them

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Moving Continents

Moving continents Black and clear blue, glowing pink An amazing sky!

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Willow Leaves Tumble

Willow leaves tumble Until they find a surface Water from a spring

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The Sky at Seven

The sky at seven The color of hope that hurts And the crying swifts

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The Trees Turn Black

The trees turn black and The sky, indescribable. Look up and it’s changed.

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Tiny Drops of Steam

Tiny drops of steam Ebb and flow before the light With each of my breaths

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Dry Brown Chestnut Leaves

Dry brown chestnut leaves Hang in tannin scented air At last they can rest

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Through Three Panes of Glass

Through three panes of glass Moonlight is much refracted But still it’s there

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I Pass Through the Door

I pass through the door (Cool breeze under hot sun) And into autumn

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Taking out the Trash

Taking out the trash A kestrel on a cool breeze I’m glad I looked up

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