Bright noon, day,
On through night
On fresh sight,
Life finds milder melodies.
Only laughter sings.
Virtue wipes away decay.
Even frowns grow wings.
Announcement I won second place in Story Seed Vault’s “Bees” flash fiction contest. I am grateful to the judges for selecting my 140-character micro fiction story.
Announcement I am a new board member of the Illinois State Poetry Society. Blogging provides inspiration and contact with other poets. Local organizations provide something similar on a more personal level.
What’s neither dry nor frozen hard
Makes circles red with bliss
And green takes form to guide and guard
Linked to Jilly’s 28 Days of Unreason Day 18 regarding Jim Harrison’s quote preferring to move water than ice.
Linked also to Jilly’s August Challenge. Consider this the first 4 lines of a 8 line common meter poem.
Photo: “Indoor Plant” by the author linked to Floral Friday Fotos.