Shadows and Red Glow


image of Italy's rolling hills
Words painted red.

a free verse poetry… rhyming or non-rhyming… More about forms of poetry

I watched the sun rise above,
the sloping hills of Italy.
It seemed to give the white snow,
that blanketed a rolling canvas, red glow.
The shadows danced with the sun’s
yellow fingers as if playing piano keys.
Slowing moving, over and around,
painting a red imagery.
The cold air in my nostrils,
seemed to accentuate the effect even more,
as I stood with my cup of hot coffee,
watching its steam
roll off edges of its rim.
What a peaceful moment of beauty
and I am here to absorb all of it.

©Linda J. Wolff 2017 – http://www.urbanpoetry2017.com
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