Theresa Haffner

Rookie - 81 Points (August 25,1945 / Plainwell, Michigan)

Multiverse - Poem by Theresa Haffner

1

universes don't collide they interlock


oranges and yellows

the greens and blues

the grays and blacks

ochre and red
sienna

a universe of color

don't interact

they converge
devour one another


out of the pieces i create
another universe



2

universe of red

curtail detail

last verse universe

last exit before
reverse universe



yellow chroma
universe
aeolian


full spectrum

the spectra don't complete


incomplete universe

war with itself



3

strophe and antistrophe


thought it would be easy


universe of rhyme and meter


get out of my universe

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Los Angeles,2011.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 23, 2012



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