nearly this weeks magpie – but it isn’t.

by jhon baker

the light has sometimes painful burning but I miss the sun on my up turned face.

the
light
has
sometimes
painful
burning
but
I
miss
the
sun
on
my
up
turned
face.

                                           the
                              light
                                                    has
                      sometimes
                                           painful
                                                        burning
                                                                        but
                                             I miss
                                                            the sun                           
                                                                           on my
                                               up turned
                           face.

 – Hoc Scripsi

Advertisements
Tags:

14 Comments to “nearly this weeks magpie – but it isn’t.”

  1. Spring is soon to arrive!!!

    I may not be posting any longer, but I will always read your words..always..

  2. You did not need the photo to convey the photo so perfectly. I know a few poets in Chicago. Do you Michael Robins?

  3. I can feel the longing, the yearning for that which isn't here.

  4. Indeed – nearly a jigsaw, but not…

  5. Oh lovely and thoughtful…puzzle piece…bkm

  6. Pieced together, yet solitary pics scattering words well.

    Love yout take on this one.

  7. Sun? What is sun?

  8. There is hope in this one. Yes JB.

  9. whaT A FUN WORD CONSTRUCTION..
    creative magpie.

  10. welcome join poets rally week 39, share a free or old random poem, make new poetic friends, have your work fully represented by the end of the rally..

    thanks for the time.
    Happy Writing.
    Hope to see you in.
    xoxox

say something

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: