Thursday, February 28, 2008

No words.

clear skies
artist’s canvas

bright sun,
fair moon

opposite corners
sharing grounds

rising day
fading night

glorious battle
both victorious

dawn’s tinted watercolor
a message without words:
speaks oh, so loud and clear


In response to the prompt from TOP. I think this fits the
Friday fiction prompt too, an encoded message from the skies. :)


paisley said...

you painted a perfect picture of the glory in the sunrise..

anthonynorth said...

Now that made me feel all nice and warm.

gautami tripathy said...

Another nature poem. Nothing like it..

jumping from the cliff to prove my love?

A-kay said...

God!!! That was so beautiful and well-written. Perfect way to start a day :)

tumblewords said...

Lovely, lovely...a message of the first order.

Tammy said...

I'm glad I stopped by, this was lovely. I'm getting stronger from this flu. :)

Anonymous said...

Oh, that's really good.

The best messages are those that don't need words.

The Phantom said...

I really like the rhythm and tempo in this one...nicely done.

SweetTalkingGuy said...

A message without words, what a great concept..

Crafty Green Poet said...

I like your minimalist approach in this one, and the concept of the skies as an artist's canvas

Linda Jacobs said...

So often on my way to work, the sun is shining and the moon is still visible. Your poem perfectly catches that moment!

keith hillman said...

I just went straight outside and looked up into the bluest of blue skies, and there they both were. Thank you for a lovely verse.

Square1 said...

I could feel the day's new sunshine upon my face. Beautiful.

qualcosa di bello said...

i very much like the thought of day & night both winning!

sister AE said...

I guess we get messages without words all the time!! I went with one sent by another person, but all messages don't come from people, do they?

Stan Ski said...

Morning, noon and evening editions all have something new to say. The morse code of a starscape can sens a very powerful message.