Salvatore Ala

Rookie - 75 Points (February 18,1959 / Canada)

The Blue Hour - Poem by Salvatore Ala

Neither complete reason or revelation
But falling in love again when we can't help it
Ambient composite blue transparent to the stars
Between dawn and sunrise sunset and dusk
Constellations swirl in blue-ringed octopus spheres
Between cerulean and cobalt a painted sky
Something levels like the height of waters
Cityscapes hang in Krishna heavens
A mirror's blue velvet tumbles to the floor
Night sways in the white sheers of a blue room
Unfinished wine drinks the rose of night
Music trickles the ether of afterglow
The blue hour ebbs from the earth's shadow
We are strangers in the space of a window

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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 18, 2012

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