Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Daybreak (For Mid-July Prompts)

 Image Credit: Meredith Storm

Three Word Wednesday: 3WW CCLXXX

On the images of July orchards of clouds,
Just as the sun is about
to be replaced by glittering stars,
Limitless space differs,
Daydreams rain like bitterish grapes,
All the planets creep
and rattle before
they increase their receptivity
to gravity to halt all at once,
High speed planes cut through
and ride above puffy snow mountain
first, then they cruise
at a constant pace
of 548 km per hour,
at height of 37,000 km...
Lights off for relaxing,
Black hot tea is served for movie watchers,
As the red sunset fades in the west,
Playful stars wink friendly
until daybreak.


Terri Kimberly Schmidly said...

have a fun july to you all.

Riika Shawn Henry said...


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The Write Girl said...

I love the detail and imagey. Beautiful poem.

Anonymous said...

Enjoy the flight among the clouds:) Great poem!

Harshad mehta said...

Great rendering.

stephanie said...

Great end! Like the imagery here.

Sarah Bush said...


Anonymous said...

Oh, bitterish grapes! Love it!

Elizabeth Perazil Oxford said...

very fruitful words.