shimon weinroth


Colors Inter=Met Poem by shimon weinroth


rays of red, coruscating
and waves that shed,
glimmering diaphanous
silky mantle of tinted hues

embrace flaming colors
from red, red reddish fuscia,
chinese red to light rose, to
burgandy, purple and violet too

send shimmering showers
blending inside my head
my heart leaps with somersaults
smiles and dances

lightens the mood and muses
lights up the world of reds and yellows
casts a spell on the moon,
rays and beams and shafts

shower a cloak of light and sheer
translucent, vibrating senses

Submitted: Sunday, July 01, 2007
Edited: Friday, March 18, 2011

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  • Rookie Joseph Daly (7/1/2007 9:10:00 AM)

    this has a great feel to it Simon and the subject is well utilised until the last line. You dealt with verbs and adjectives as nouns, it is on this level that it works. The final line, which you bring in concrete things, pulls the rug out from under this, otherwise, craftly constructed piece. (Report) Reply

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