Thursday, February 15, 2007

grey matter

fly away

a found poem

the color gray appeals to me
the full spectrum
from pearly pigeon-breast
to ashy or granite
to weathered cedar-plank

a cloudy, foggy, or mist-ridden morning

a cool gray break in a too-long stretch
of overheated, UV-saturated, blue-sky days

Found in Robert Michael Pyle's The Territory of Tint in the Januaray | February 2007 issue of Orion Magazine

Not sure I entirely agree -- I could use a little sunshine today. But I do like grey.

1 comment:

anniemcq said...

I love this photo. It's open to a million interpretations, and there are so many endings to the story it begins to tell. Love it.

Heading to Carpinteria today - I'll send you some sunshine and too blue sky! Love you friend.

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