Onyx, deep and glistening. No shadow
of rich brown granite or weathered shale.
But layers of bronze clay and ashy strips of gray
fading to cream colored rock. Sandy pebbles glisten
I've been on the "other side of the pond" for the last two weeks and just returned home. I look forward to sharing a few of ...
This is a very nice poem, Carol. I'll bet it's a great diversion, too, from the nitty-gritty novel revisions.
Thanks, LInda. Yes-it is a good diversion! I actually wrote it several months ago and have been saving it for a busy week when I haven't had time to blog. It was nice to pull out today, reread it, and still like it!
I like this poem, Carol, and I'll bet it was a nice diversion from the nitty-gritty stuff of novel revisions!
Lovely. I enjoy the diamente form for its simplicity and beauty.
Lovely poem, Carol. It sparkles!
Thanks, Jean and Joyce. Poems are a great way to exercise other writing muscles!
poetry = one of my fave things! :)
Love poem, my friend. I so enjoyed spending much of my Saturday with you! :)
Thanks, Donna. The pleasure was mine!
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