Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Silent Tomb

This poem is posted for National Poetry Writing Month, 30 Poems in 30 Days
and for Monday One Stop Poetry Form's call for a "Shadorma".

Day 13

by Marietjie
from Featurepics

Silent tomb

in pale gray morning

sultry mist,

rusty grass,

spared from the mower’s scythe blade,

standing in silence.



6 comments:

  1. Ah few words always triggers thoughts and lingers deep .. I liked the poem , crisp and thought provoking !

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  2. Inkdrops, Thanks for visiting and your kind words.

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  3. I have seen those, so unexpected. One wonders what the "inhabitant" is thinking. "spared from the scythe blade"--shivery. Thank you.

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  4. Wonderful take on the form. Such power held within only a few words. Striking piece.

    Thank you also for visitting at my place. Always nice to hear from those who stop by.

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  5. How well the Shadorma fitted this subject...

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