Written by Blue-Eyed Devil
The fallen walls crush
All hope and dreams of freedom.
Tomorrow’s bleak dawn.
With one final step,
The warm wind takes me, smiling,
To find peace at last.
Written by Dizzy Dazzle
A glimmer between the trees,
Fresh, catching the morning dew.
Each delicate thread a ray of light,
patterns of a spiders nimble hands.
August’s short poetry spotlight falls on three absolutely sumptuous poems, each of which are delicately balanced in the author’s choice of words and feature a beautiful flow. With sunshine our theme for this month, it’s a fantastic way to showcase some of the best poems from contributors Blue-Eyed Devil and Dizzy Dazzle. From the warmth and morning dew of first light to the very last, all three poems convey great meaning in their short form. If you enjoyed both of their work and would like to view more poetry, please see Blue-Eyed Devil’s “Wake Me When It’s Winter” and Dizzy Dazzle’s “The Humanitarian”.
Featured Image CC // Glenna Barlow
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