sails bright d
in the wind
the greatest, lightest burden of them all,
the spice, cocoa,
paint and dye,
of color, comfort,
soaring like a fuchsia bird
in an infinite, indigo sky
us to come along,
to gather up our
and leave our
© 2014 Jennifer Wagner
oh i will put my castaway heart in my pocket if i can fly along...
you know i love the ribboned word...ha...so cool...
and i love the message....yes, lets leave those
What restorative, revitalizing words you’ve selected for this piece, Jennifer. And that “ribboned” lighter-than-air fantastic. Just Beautiful!
I love the words flying away, ribboned ~ Good to leave those shipwrecked shores behind ~
I love what you did with the word "ribboned" - it made my eyes float over the letters and had an incredible effect! Really made the word look like it was floating :)
Lovely layout of the poem in the starting and as it move downs it becomes lovelier!
I just love how you made the words float on the page..
Well this was just so wonderful!!
The visual and the written aspect of this are both great. I like the message of leaving the bad behind and moving ahead with excitement. Well done.
I can't keep it any longer: i admire the way you structure your poems up on here! I also love the Biblical way you write. keep them coming!!!
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