Shining Black

Mulberry leaves glimmer in emerald light,
shining black cleaves through empty winds.

Four lightening arcs crack the azure climbs,
broken clatter of tumbled armour rings over four realms.



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About skyraftwanderer

A person who enjoys writing short story things, poetry and other random things that come into my head.
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10 Responses to Shining Black

  1. simonhlilly says:

    First read for sound, second for meaning, third to taste it all again. Three courses. Nicely full.

  2. My he’s(?) a gorgeous specimen — and so is this poem.

  3. simon7banks says:

    I particularly like that last line. Wonderful!

  4. yelena says:

    just love this….

  5. Tony says:

    He really is the heavy armour of the insect world, isn’t he?

  6. Stan Ski says:

    He looks mean, but he’s a big softy really…

  7. An unusual beetle, he looks ready for battle with the armour and horns ~

  8. 1emeraldcity says:

    A small, rich gem here, Sky…that exquisite first line!

  9. Lindy Lee says:

    Shiny black poetry specimen, SkyRaft, in your inimitable style…

  10. lucychili says:

    sounds like intense storm

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