A Rusty Screen
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Ethereal rays of light
dilute darkness into gray.
And black no longer shrouds night,
only shadows defy day.
A spider's web casts a hue
of iridescent flashes.
And the morning mist drips dew,
in intermittent splashes.
Dawn splits reality's realm
into scenes rivaling dreams.
And songbirds sing in the elm,
as sunbeams gild golden streams.
Dragonflies and bumblebees
flex crackled cellophane wings.
And summer rides on each breeze,
smug with the heat that it brings.
Slivers of light pierce my eye,
shining through a rusty screen.
And rustling leaves flutter, high
in a canopy of green.
Copyright © Emile Pinet | Year Posted 2015
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