A Quadrille for dVerse Poets

A Quadrille for dVerse Poets
Babylonian Locust Weight, British Museum

The Overnight Rain

It lingers
on the bright morning.
A slight shade.
From twigs.
Branches.
From the nape of grass.
It fills my nose with wet.

The fox was
in the flower pots again.
Wounded pansies
strewn
like stars, and
a grasshopper watched
as I rearranged nature.

For dVerse Quadrille 44 words, sans title, including “wound”. Shared with @dversePoets and @Experimentsinfc #APoemADay on Twitter   ©Misky 2021

18 responses to “A Quadrille for dVerse Poets”

  1. A most phenomenal image as accompaniment to this gem, Misky! I love; “Wounded pansies strewn like stars.”💝💝

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  2. These words “From the nape of grass.” and that final stanza! You truly have a magical way with words, description, and scene setting. I truly think you are one of the most creative writers I know! 🙂 LOVE this post!
    Poor pansies….

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