‘Rainbow Times’ – An Original Poem

Rainbow Times I sit on bleached cotton under an azure sky dreaming the Dream that came true, shaded by fragrant pink blossoms I gaze upon endless leafy acres The horizon bleeds into the sanction of majestic steel mountains; Bays and chestnuts we’ve ridden a thousand times graze while the crimson barn you built stabs the…

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‘Trumpet Faces’ – An Original Poem

Trumpet Faces Having long lean necks and heads forth cocked Springing straight up from grass so green All staring ahead as if shell-shocked How do they know which way to lean? Crowned around with buttery petals And in the midst a jutting bloom Rich soil and fresh rain give them mettle Bend and drink in…

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