Sundown Landfall

Knife edged the horizon cuts
the slate blue of a sundown sea
as only a dry norther can.

Cloud enter my view to left
a deeper grey with blushing edges.
To my right tawny mountains
void of vegetation sawtooth to the shore.

The green to port and red to starboard
means I’m returning once again.




Poetry by josephus The PoetBay support member heart!
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Written on 2018-09-30 at 00:45

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Bibek
Picturesque depiction of nature. I see that you choose not to use any punctuation marks except a period at the end of each thought; is it a stylistic choice?

Bibek
2018-09-30


Jamsbo Rockda The PoetBay support member heart!
As Ashe says, the detail and imagery is great. Returning home is always a comfortable feeling. Even if it is via tawny mountains void of vegetation :)
2018-09-30


Ashe The PoetBay support member heart!
Your boating poems are so vivid they bring back such memories. I love the details, the images in this one. Thoroughly enjoyed!
Ashe
2018-09-30