weathered stones

This week, Sarah Southwest hosts dVerse poetics and invites us to write ekphrastic poetry featuring artwork by Mary Frances from her “New Worlds in Old Stones”…

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still together

 

lake now mirror calm

abandoned boat rests shallowdeserted boat

ghost tree witnesses

she stood up in sudden squall

he could not swim…sky howls

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


In memory of victims of recent duck boat accident on Table Rock Lake, Branson MO.  (Image from Carpe Diem Haiku Kai)

air in motion

our atmosphere

photo by S. Etole

Photo credit:  S. Etole

is making some

commotion here

 

wind blows

chinook whips

zephyr flows

tempest grips

norther howls

westerly stalls

squall prowls

microburst falls

 

yes, it will please

to dry the laundry

on soft breeze

 

but gusty gale

 

frames a pout

when all umbrellas

turn inside out!

 

 


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