AprPAD: 6 April

The Poeming: Day 6

Sun Trap

down there in the lower third,
where the purple-brown grapes grow,
and the March wind flows like a river,

down there where four leaf clover
always grow, and grey squirrels hide
acorns between the strawberry plants

is a sun trap that denies
a winter day its chill.

Spring Trap

the hawthorn that
was bare on Saturday,
is green today.
March daffodils, soon
April tulips.
Bluebells, a colour
that shames the sky.
Patio chairs, cleaned.
And pallets of compost
were delivered today.


The Ride

By choice,
of course,
he rides a horned pink cow.
His brothers
ride a horse
by the skin of their pearly hides.
He scarifies the earth
and scatters rats and bats.
but his heart feels
flat, he’s
forgotten his name,
and says with
a gnat-thin voice,

Where is my avian hat?


for NaPoWriMo Day 6: Bosch’s famous (and famously bizarre) triptych The Garden of Earthly Delights, and PA Day 6: Trap. Found source: “Jurassic Park” by Michael Crichton, Arrow Books, Random House, copyright 1991. Images from the Japanese Edu Period 1600-1890. No CC00 restrictions.©️ Misky 2020 It’s Poem a Day month. These are all 1st drafts.

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