Poem: A Moment’s Clatter

clipart for A Moment's Clatter

 

                               Rainbow species’ spacious

                               life. Islands formed by

 

                               raucous nature. Tides below

                               the lifted land. Waters known

 

                               to captivate, revel in

                               all worldly color. Dolphins

 

                               of the brimming sea

                               direction is a reckoning.

 

                               Bent lines, straight lines,

                               longer flats are what

 

                               we wear to each year’s

                               prom. Who could match this

 

                               glistening, the way things

                               open down to nothing?

 

                                                        © Diane Beaty

 

 

Please note: The poem is mine, but the photo used to accompany this post is a clipart photo. Unfortunately, I don’t have the photographer’s name.

 

 

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