the sun is sparkling, the rain rumbling, and we badly need some poetry...

Thursday, 30 August 2012

Diane Webster - 1 Poem


Some mankind built this wall
stone upon stone higher
and farther around the corner
now draped in vines
seeking root between cracks
widening by winter freeze
spring thaw every-expanding
sycamore roots pushing
this wall into forest assimilation
forgotten by some mankind
around the corner gone.

BIOGRAPHY: Diane Webster's challenge as a poet is to remain open to poetry ideas in everyday opportunities as well as those moments of epiphany. Then to allow her imagination to evolve that idea into a poem. Diane's work has appeared in “Philadelphia Poets,” “The Hurricane Review,” “Illya's Honey” and other literary magazines.