Thursday, June 13, 2013

Summer Sonnet 22: Central Park

There's a weeping willow in Central Park
Who loves the taste of Autumn rain water.
Two spectators departing in the dark
Opt to sit and discuss native order.

Interrupted by the sky's overflow
They resolve that silence is essential.
The day was fierce and they're by it harrowed
Conversation is inconsequential.

Calm after a while but it's silent still
They rest and breath in the crystalline air
Brought in over the tree to give a chill
And give 2 friends a night without a care.

Transformative like the fabled phoenix
A moment with no need for polemics.

- By Donavue

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