Kate Hutson


Universes In Their Eyes - Poem by Kate Hutson

Expanded years contract;
Suns rise and set
Chasing moons and stars,
Flashing twilights cascade,
Fade to bright dawnings.

Hemispheres drawn
They wait to polarise.
Not for lightning,
Although thunder groans,
Moans the stiffening breeze.

Universes in their eyes,
In the maelstrom they spark,
Teasing and warming,
Circle dance the winds of fate,
Anticipate allegro and adagio.


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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 8, 2007

Poem Edited: Thursday, April 14, 2011


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