Poetry: Swamp Fool

… Found a old swamp picture, added a few artsy effects to it like impressionist, also changed the color tone too. I needed to use a poetry form that would accent the digital art even more. So I chose the Rictameter Verse. Please read the poetry below artwork.

image of swampfool

An eerie utopia hidden in a timeline of darkness.

Eerie…
shadows linger,
in a grey, murky grave.
Soldiers stand vigilant under
weighted limbs. Sunlight stirs small, tender greens
needing light. Screeching feathers swoop
for floundering life, and
a breeze whispers
eerie.

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

  1. Congratulations on your publication.😊

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  2. I love this! You want to “hear”something funny? I just went to order your book because I really want to read it, and found out I already ordered it! I have got to make more time to read BOOKS!

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  3. Great combination of words and image.

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