Terry Collett

Gold Star - 22,092 Points (13/12/1947 / LONDON)

Under A Blue Sky - Poem by Terry Collett

Look at that blue sky
she said

as you lay beside her
in the field

behind her house
and she pointed upward

and you followed her finger
as it indicated

the expanse of blue
and white clouds

and a few birds in flight
That cloud formation

seems like angels with harps
and that

she added pointing
further over

Looks like a horse's head
you nodded and said

And that formation
over there

looks like Miss Brody's ass
and she slapped your hand

and laughed
and her laughter

carried over the field
and there was that moment

you never wanted to end
like when she kissed

and her tongue protruded
into your mouth

or when she held you close
and you breathed in

her scent
borrowed from her mother

Just a dab
behind the ears

she had said
but that was years before

the cancer had her
but the memory of her

is still here
alive and undead.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, May 13, 2012



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