Posts tagged ‘Azores’

February 12, 2018

Azores Evening

by The Cheesesellers Wife aka Kim Whysall-Hammond

Moonlight  has banished an ocean of stars,
pouring  molten silver across the water.
Murmuring waves remember a primal ocean,

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April 20, 2017

Floating

by The Cheesesellers Wife aka Kim Whysall-Hammond

The taut freedom of my swimming costume
The choppy ocean swell
I share the water with fishes and rays

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June 19, 2016

Green in Gray

by The Cheesesellers Wife aka Kim Whysall-Hammond

Green in Gray

Lava once flowed here to meet the ocean in hissing and steam
Cooled into writhing shapes that tear our feet as we clamber over

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May 7, 2016

Lava Tunnel

by The Cheesesellers Wife aka Kim Whysall-Hammond

Lava Tunnel

In a simple field, no different from any other
Is a clump of small trees with a dark secret
Amongst their roots, we tiptoe down a rocky slope
Into blackness.

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February 9, 2016

Broken Cable

by The Cheesesellers Wife aka Kim Whysall-Hammond

Broken Cable

In the middle of the bright Atlantic
Floating on the swell between island volcanoes
Beneath reflective surface tension
Silvered gas bubbles catch the light
And, across the issuing rift,
A long snake of data cable
Broken sheared twisted.

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