Peter S. Quinn

Sketches And Patches (From, Lead Sheets In July 2008) - Poem by Peter S. Quinn

Sketches and patches
Flowing the going
Everything it touches
With its weave and glowing
Rainbow colors wide
From a cloud to cloud
Above in the sky hide
Away from peoples crowd

Every new born day
Something else is turning
Coming to our way
With its touch and yearning
Like the drip drops
From each rainy go
That goes down and tops
Bare heads in a row

Garden paths on walking
In the city space
Somewhere someone’s talking
With a lazy pace
Summer times are giving
Languid moments spin
That everyone is living
With their fun in the sun

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, July 3, 2008

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