William Reed O'Connor


Bright Is The Lavender. - Poem by William Reed O'Connor

Bright is the lavender
Lightening the estuaries of the mist
And veiled the trees
Through morning's muted ghost

Stilled is the air
Rising with the breathing ground
And loud the rain
Talking among solitudes closening murmur

Stared is the dancing on long grass
Lifted to the sweet sway of the wind
Gentle the light
Blushing the faded saturation of the air

Softly the day
And bright is the lavender

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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 29, 2012

Poem Edited: Friday, June 29, 2012


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