AFTER COFFEE CORNFLAKES
Don't discard the cereal carton Tony.
Let me shape words for you.
To clouds touching steeples,
Knowing seams of adhering.
Curved, like a slow steady gaze;
Into vast tomorrows,
Where heartbeats sync.
Forming shadows, bold and daring,
Rhythms of sunlight to ribbon,
Pale cool slow moon kisses.
I shape my words for you, Tony;
Like rings in eternal galaxies,
Where only laughter resides.
AFTER COFFEE CORNFLAKES © gillena cox 2017
Poems in April - Poetry through the eyes of Carol Ann Duffy
Sanaa is prompting- The object of this challenge is to write about love, using a common everyday image
19 April 2016