Windy Day

By lupus tenebrae

That's just like you;
to kill the lights,
timidly bear your fangs,
jostle a few branches 
out of place,

only to leave

a rainbow as a
half-hearted apology:
something to cherish
in the still, Spring morning
after you'd finally gone.

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Copyright 2014 lupus tenebrae
Published on Friday, April 4, 2014.     Filed under: "Reflective" and "Poetry"

Author's Note:

Day 4, of my National Poetry Month: Poem-A-Day Marathon. Not as impressive as yesterday, but still.
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