Lee Robison's poem "Love Has No Moon" to appear in anthology.
She slowly slips out of dark's star-jeweled robe to don, and then undress, the orange rind bikini— a blush as shameless as Venus dimming— and arrays—again, as slow as longing— the vast blue skirt of the sun. What is the pun in this riddle?
We venture to catch the stars. She has what it takes to dare— courage, camera and will to challenge winter night. I carry light she doesn’t need, except to set her snare. We march, father squire to his daughter’s knight. Snow is pale under dappled sky and creaks as we walk; our breath wisps away, … Continue reading Star Hunter
Arrant noise, gnaty lancer, gory glut, dodgy dancer, swatted not. Another from the archives.
The writelee.com poem "Depth of the Mirror" is currently appearing on the wordpress e-zine See it at: Depth of the Mirror on The Drabble .
What if a species was going extinct practically gone almost KA-BLOOEY and what if TV and the Times stopped midmeaning and maybe nobody anymore said three armed men or six armed men or nine armed men or anything about any amount of arms and what if TV and Time couldn’t figure the only possible something … Continue reading Endangered
This May rain :: dull sheen on stone, chill wind-shook-leaves— apple blossom buds. Responding to the day and the prompt: Premature
Old man’s eyes scan blue beyond cottonwood grove where child saw orange bird.
Thunder quiet now-- Why does he hear, from willow thicket, a magpie's complaint. Daily Post Core
Petals of pansies for our garden :: Who left outside thunder :: hail tatters.