rain breaks clouds too dark to see on dark and fills the roads with silence pain draws thighs to abdomen fights seek their end in silence rain breaks against the sunlight, taps windows if there's wind clouds too dark to see on dark obey like kites battered by rain that drowns red maple leaves and fills the roads with silence
Written in response to Big Tent Poetry’s Monday Prompt for 15 November 2010.
- The Saturday poem: For Pat Kavanagh by Craig Raine (guardian.co.uk)
- John Lundberg: The Poetry of Patti Smith (huffingtonpost.com)
- Two New Poems by Brett Fletcher Lauer (theawl.com)
- Winners Announced for Ninth Annual War Poetry Contest (prweb.com)
- Dialogue with Doubt (confidentwriting.com)
- Taller When Prone by Les Murray – review (guardian.co.uk)