Theodora (Theo) Onken
Proceed With Caution - Poem by Theodora (Theo) Onken
Tangerine coloured lights shine only
As they entertain cameras to a visual scene...
Gone are the skyscraper trees and their nimble branches
Of a most free flowing evergreen...
An angry Winter wind 'tis blowing--
Slicing the easy access warmth of Summers-once sure...
Grey skies now overpower Augusts- once brillance
While the sod 'tis covered in Winter White Pure?
The world has become very quiet...
Resolved by their own images in winds stinging brisk-
'Proceed with caution' Warns: The Tangerine Lights Of Honesty
Enter-O'-Ye uninvited-at YOUR Own Risk!
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