April is national poetry month. Since I’m already several days behind, I’m starting with a two-for-one challenge from Robert Lee Brewer of Writers Digest.
His challenge: Write a bright poem. Write a dark poem.
But since I never like to end on a sour note, I’m turning it around. First the dark poem. Then the bright one.
KALEIDOSCOPE IOnly patterns shift. Colors trapped within a tube, Light and change delude.
KALEIDOSCOPE IIMovement alters form. Intrinsic structures, light-revealed, Illumine the soul.
April 5, 2013© 2013 Ann Graham Price All rights reserved