Diana Rosser


Rainbow sky


Through soft sandy gums
layered deep like teeth
of sharks, mountains rise.

Rocky serrated
pink, purple, chiselled.
Edge a quiet blue

The small stillness
breaths the silent wind

Leaving heat curves
its stretch along the
whole horizon

spilling blood orange.
A catch of breath
in the return of bright.

How the light yellow
band glows

flows never seen green
blending blue into
indigo sprung with

s t a r s

Submitted: Thursday, December 26, 2013

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