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Iowa Sky

brilliant colors of an August sunset

purple, pink, orange, and yellow

highlighting the spiderweb pattern of a fence

dark rampart posts break up the blazing sun

black silhouettes of the knightly trees

bare branches, lances pointing towards the sky,

reaching through the brilliance

orange and yellow glow lights the cornfields on fire

tall soldiers standing at attention

tasseled tops against the barrage of color

the high Lord settles below the skyline

brilliance sinks into darkness

waiting to repeat the scene again

This is linked to the premiere week of Monday Potluck.  Please stop by to read more poems.

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13 thoughts on “Iowa Sky

  1. Your words have described a perfect August sunset,a mastery of phrases and the images compliment your poem so beautifully. Thanks so much for linking with Poetry Potluck, it is an honor to have your work displayed there. Much love ~ Amanda x

  2. This is absolutely beautiful!! The picture you have painted with your words does total justice to the images you have put up!! they complement each other perfectly!
    What a lovely contribution towards the poetry potluck premiere!!! Thank you so much for this treat, Teresa!! xoxoxox

  3. There’s something about nature silhouettes against a sunset that always make my heart sing. Thank you, Teresa, the photos and the poem were perfect.

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