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Symphonic Rain

PostPosted: Wed Apr 06, 2011 9:57 pm
by Fragment
Symphonic Rain
G Collins, 2/10/2010




Incline to eavesdrop on the sound
of
soft
splashing



Ageless needles drop from a tireless pine
Their descent releases thin translucent pools
Into larger puddles on the pavement parking lot


Silvery spites nose-dive toward a parched earth
Their sweating skin soaks through soil
Suppressing the resonance of nature into silken slumbering


Watery crescents form around a castle of pebbles
A crystalline queen sleeps within her shelter
She's subconsciously whispering secrets into the drizzly darkness

Re: Symphonic Rain

PostPosted: Wed Aug 17, 2011 2:17 am
by WolfLarsen
I liked the first half of this poem the best. To make something beautiful out of a puddle on a parking lot is not easy, congratulations.