A LIQUIFIED DESERT
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Listen to poem:
A peacock glissades as a trail triggers,
an ambience of turquoise and chartreuse,
for it sparsely spreads as its glass mirrors,
neath a ceiling stain aquamarine blue.
Ghostly strands of lit fingers, it searches,
for soulless wanderers, offers a chance,
so new souls will exist, former merges,
exposed to a new presence in a trance.
Memories of beating, now heard aloud,
with their eyes wide, they behold, hesitates,
they see a beige wavy floor, glossy shroud,
it's a liquified desert, it's a dusk straits.
Charioteer cupids, gallops cherubs,
Flies souls with anointing doves, to terras,
Date: 06/10/2019 *3rd Place*
Poetically Me THIS PICTURE WHAT CHA' SEE Poetry Contest
Sponsored by: James Edward Lee Sr.
Copyright © William Kekaula | Year Posted 2019