“A Sketch of Holiness”



Did you see indigo glory puncture

The sky, dropping daisy petals

over praying stout-stemmed heads

of glory-heavy wheat-fields?

Each blanched glitterati rupture

Shown the face of God staring beauty

Through the eyes of March

While I, a sapling psalm, kneeled.

*Prompt by Imaginary garden of toads for March 13th; utilizing one or as many of the following words:

Sketch, screen, march, snowberry, elder, tawny, bergamot, meadow, ivy, stout-stemmed,

cluster, zigzag, shunning, shallow, thorns, sapling, leave, twisted, indigo, adaptations

2 Comments to ““A Sketch of Holiness””

  1. This is just fabulous!

    Christine x

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