So, apparently in order to post something on WordPress, I actually have to hit the Publish button, instead of just thinking about it, and clicking Save. I momentarily forgot this, and that is why I haven’t posted anything in a while; this poem didn’t make it out of the outbox. Sorry I didn’t get this out sooner, but here it is, at any rate. 🙂 I’ll add the other post I was going to do today right after, so you get a double-whammy.


The sunbeams fall flat on their face,

And giggle with the humor.

They seem content with this earthly place:

“Why didn’t we come here sooner?”

*

The clouds shift noiselessly up in space,

Like a far-off, questionable rumor.

And I am watching the empyrean race

‘Twixt the solar and the lunar.

The leaves chirr against each other,

Reminiscing of the rain.

The heat and humidity determine to smother,

Unwilling to refrain.

*

The trees stretch to shield and cover,

As if to not would cause them pain.

And I am watching the earth hover,

With a lover’s fired brain.


Original Poem by Kiwi. Copyright 2017.

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