Friday, June 01, 2007

THK 24: Nature Poem

Nature’s View

A cormorant is resting on
high tension wires above the slack
water. Which tide? It doesn’t matter.

~Son Rivers 2007


Anonymous said...


A wild rambling rose of a woman,
with a smoky smile and jaunty hips.
Tan as a summer's day.

Brisk, bracing, brusque.
Like a March wind.

Cool air pours off a sheer blue glacier.

Ice lipped steel bergs
Way down under...

Pieces of the sky
scattered over the glassy waters of a lake.

Mirror world lake reflected.
A reflex action.
A world dopplegangered.
One twin clear and sure.
The other rippled by winds of fate and chance.

Lahari Chatterji said...

Nice poem. The words used are appropriate.