Where The Light Touches The Earth

A Poem By Elaine // 7/6/2011

 (This isn't really a poem, but I hope you will like it anyway)

 

I had imagined,

A starry night, an ethereal whisper whisper of wind and the deep, navy blue sea

Where tiny waves reflect the moon's rays

The scent of pine trees and salt engulfed me.

 

I had imagined,

My knitted, mauve top over my cold body,

My denim shorts leave my legs bare, absorbing the ivory moonlight

I'm running, leaping, spinning.

 

I had imagined,

The jade green and hibiscus purple burst out into the twinkling sky

Then the long, snake-like strip of wonder

Slithers gracefully across the black canvas.

 

I had imagined.

Comments

Neat!

I'd say this is poetry Elaine! Poetry doesn't have to rhyme to be.. well... poetry! :D

This flowed nicely, I liked this line especially:

The jade green and hibiscus purple burst out into the twinkling sky

 

Very well worded! All of it!

Well done and a thumbs up!

Write on!

Kassady | Mon, 07/25/2011

"Here's looking at you, Kid"
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Write On!

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