dr_con Posted July 10, 2011 Share Posted July 10, 2011 Ivy Day Life thrives amid the bones this biannual war with ivy It speaks to me in clinging saprophytic tentacled tongue Of Medusa Cerberus Cthulu and others a mocking sound rootlet pulled from wood Holding tightly to the slight rib bone belonging to an unfortunate fox our joy to unearth in dry stream bed on that lost summer day You’ll never undo the roots I’ll be back and thrive long after I have cuddled your eye socket pulled these works apart brick by brick finally finding balance in the fungus and insect worlds flourishing beneath red red sun The compost smells dark green today a Druid’s thoughts passing quickly beneath an urban sky. Quote thegateless.org Come on over and check out my poetry substack y'all;-) Or if your bored, head to the Zazzle store: https://www.zazzle.com/store/gateless. If you buy anything I lose a bet, so consider that before you violate the digital rules. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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