Satin Winged Flowers
Satin Winged Flowers ...by Carrie Richards and Poet Destroyer
Let us watch how they cluster in whirlwind ballets,
lifting like clouds from the dark swampy ground.
Burrowed in sunlight, then full-bloomed at midnight,
bouquets of white moths wings, that gather like flowers.
Rising from shallows, with satin-soft petals,
that circle the meadow in small constellations.
With great expectations, they rise in their journey.
Star-struck, while seeking the light of the moon.
Imagine a beautiful guide sitting in soft dirt,
as we fathom the mystery indulged with fragrance.
Aborning the beauty bribed by the sullen dark-
Under the lunar month, winged flower stands in confident.
Sailing in wander against the moonlit sky,
pillowed flowers, ring throughout the atmosphere
Satin-soft petals tend to crystallize into splendor form
Behold, the journey embellished by the canvas we adorn.
A Poet Destroyer Collaboration "Midnight Flowers"
Copyright © Carrie Richards | Year Posted 2015
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