The Dawn Sky Is Ethereal Blue – A Triolet, April Ekphrastic Challenge

The world according to RedCat

Kerfe Roig


The dawn sky is heavenly blue
We soar thought it together now
Forgotten are the storms that blew
The dawn sky is heavenly blue
Our love are forevermore true
This our solemn hearts and souls vow
The dawn sky is heavenly blue
We soar thought it together now

©RedCat


Stockholm
©RedCat


To see all art and read all poems go to The Wombwell Rainbow.

Why such a short piece today?
Chalk it up to not being attentive enough. I spent quite a long time working on a poem, sacrificing sleep. And when I wrote it up to send away I realized I’d written to the wrong art piece.
How come? Well, what comes after 9? 10 of course!
Unless it’s a file named with just numbers. Then 11 comes after 9. And where do 10 end up? After 1. So would 100 and 1000, 20 comes after…

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