Sunday, March 25, 2012

Poem, Resplendent Litter, 3-25-12

The debris of my life
Is poetic and simple
Not complicated
Not in context and ample.

It seems to be somewhat of a dual
Between bouquets of flowers
And bouquets of jewels
As I approach to add order to sprays
Of pleasure and joyfulness
That which remains
Is sweetly a translucent
layer of icing
round the rim of receptive
And wrappers resplendent.

Anything practical in the way of
Passion and lust for the
One who breathes peace
Isn't of concern and will be soon scattered
With playful confetti in contrast thus mastered.

--EVE Featherstone

de·bris/dəˈbrē/
Noun:
Scattered fragments, typically of something wrecked or destroyed.
Loose natural material consisting esp. of broken pieces of rock.

re·splend·ent/riˈsplendənt/
Adjective: Attractive and impressive through being richly colorful or sumptuous.

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