Three Sheets. Winter. Wind.

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The sky’s all tipsy-spritzered with rain, and I’ve
got something to say and only these three snowy

pages and a leaky cobalt pen. Is my two cents
worth anything these days? We go (lightning)

rounds, thunderclap trapped in ink and silence.
I’m scribbled, lost. Last call for sorrow, clouds.

 

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A second offering for the post I’m hostin’ over at dVerse Poetics. Come play with me. 

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14 Responses to Three Sheets. Winter. Wind.

  1. Shawna says:

    Excellent!!!

    Love this section:

    “I’ve
    got something to say and only these three snowy

    pages and a leaky cobalt pen. Is my two cents
    worth anything these days? We go (lightning)

    rounds, thunderclap trapped in ink”

  2. Waltermarks says:

    Wow, lots and lots of imagery in this piece. You’ve used the mixology prompt to paint such a dynamic picture of a cold Winter’s day

  3. Sanaa Rizvi says:

    I’m literally swooning here… sigh… gorgeous!!❤️

  4. That’s the way to do it. Excellent.

  5. Janice says:

    I like how you went with sheets of paper..the poem is sad, real, as I read it…well done!

  6. Bev says:

    “Trapped in ink and silence” … Ah, I’ve been there! Great read.

  7. “thunderclap trapped in ink and silence.
    I’m scribbled, lost”
    ‘swoons’

  8. Love this… I’m sure the cobalt ink on snow will not be lost…

  9. A PeN
    iS fiRe noW
    An ‘liGhtEninG
    chArge oF FeeLinG
    SenSinG LiFE liGht
    wiDe aWake sKeYes
    coMe aLiVe
    caNdle
    flaMe
    toRcH
    neVer puT ouT..
    Tree oF LiFE..:)

  10. vidyatiru says:

    as always, De, tipsy with your words right now….

  11. Rosemary Nissen-Wade says:

    Oh, you touch all sorts of emotional chords here.

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