Adult “W.O.M.” Poems | Children’s Author David L. Harrison’s Blog

This month’s word on David Harrison’s blog is “snake.” I can’t touch Emily Dickinson’s “narrow fellow in the grass,” but I gave it a quick try. It’s a great subject. Come on! Give it shot. The link to post is below.

Adult “W.O.M.” Poems | Children’s Author David L. Harrison’s Blog.

Here’s mine:

Snake

 

Silent

it slides,

footless

through

spring

grass

articulating

unspeakable

mysteries

of mutability.

Sudden,

consciousless

satiation,

without

so much

as a hiss:

silent

via Adult “W.O.M.” Poems | Children’s Author David L. Harrison’s Blog.

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