8.25.2014

Hurricane Season

Yesterday’s
summer breeze blows hostile,
cycloning around the wishing grove
like a freight train bent on reckoning
   ancient debts,
ransacking forests thick with wonder
from distant daydreaming,
charging straight on.

9 comments:

  1. Hurricanes do hit with a vengeance-- you have captured that feeling of shock at how daydreamed breeze turns to raging. Thanks. K.

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  2. "like a freight train bent on reckoning ancient debts"---this description is packed full of layer upon layer of depth. Gorgeous :-)

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  3. big surf forecast here on the left coast, as the hurricane notches down to a 3. guards will be busy... ~

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  4. i love the way a breeze grows to a force of nature in your description.

    I am also so pleased that this form has given you the medium to express so many thoughts in words again.

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  5. Wind... from a sweet breeze source grows the fierce, the ferocious.

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  6. I love "wishing grove." That is so striking.

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  7. I too love "wishing grove." Where I live we are in the hurricane season.

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  8. just hanging out in my wishing grove
    battened down against the elements :)

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