THE MUSE: EDELWEISS – Poetic Pillars – Monads: The Harp - XXXV - Red rush

THE MUSE: EDELWEISS – Vol. I
*** Part III: Poetic Pillars – Monads: The Harp ***
[ XXXV ]
*** Red rush ***




“Where the roots
Hide shells
- And the ferns
Twist wells
Out of
Their shoots,
- Lil’ springs
With strings
Make turns; –

*** Root ***

Yet, the dwarf
Musk deer
Quick learns
- To have
No fear,
- Brim stones
Slow morph
In fog
Old seer; -

*** Root ***

There the frog
Jumps near,
- To the wharf
A sphinx, -
Sun flares
In the spear,
Red rush
On the boat,
Who sinks; – ”



©Th3Mirr0r

(2018+ / 2019)

*** END of Part III: Poetic Pillars – Monads: The Harp ***


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THE MUSE: EDELWEISS – Vol. I
Versification Treatise/ Poetic Pillars
Book I: English version/
Part III: Poetic Pillars – Monads - The Harp
2018+ / 2019 ©Th3Mirr0r

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