Copper Crown

Copper Crown

A Poem by D. Connolly
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I was startled by the beauty of a tree in my neighbor's yard

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Twas trick of yonder setting sun cast gold upon the grounds


The lengthening of shadows made monsters of my hounds


Looking towards the bleeding sky to watch the sun go down


I was romanced into poetry by the copper of your crown


I tried to name the color, but names, they do abound...


A lighter shade than ochre, not quite a sultry brown


More golden than a fallow, camel, or any tawny that I've found


No, there's nothing quite as pretty as the copper of your crown


© 2017 D. Connolly



Author's Note

D. Connolly
I looked up, and the golden sunlight was perfectly highlighting the top of this tree. Who knows if it was a trick of the light, but the color was just startling and beautiful

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Isn't nature just ravishing. You can be having the worst of days and then BAM! Your eyes are just filled to the brim with lustful beauty and rageing views. Wow...Nature does it for me I guess.
Thanks for sharing such a lovely piece.

Posted 8 Months Ago


D. Connolly

8 Months Ago

thank-you Joe!
A moment in time captured in verse. Nicely penned!

Posted 8 Months Ago


D. Connolly

8 Months Ago

Thank-you Robert, I appreciate your visit
ahhhhh, quite mesmerising....I LOVE trees.....no jokes please regarding my name

Posted 8 Months Ago


D. Connolly

8 Months Ago

Thank-you Dr! I love trees too
D, you are just gorgeous! I love the form and flow the lyrical characteristics of this gives a beautiful sing song feel. The easy rhyme just adds to its allure!
One can't help but feel warm and light with this ray of happiness. R xo

Posted 8 Months Ago


D. Connolly

8 Months Ago

My Ray of sunshine, thank-you
Beautifully captured Dani. Sometimes the description can turn out better than seeing any picture of it, it's in the imagination and the memory of the writer, which you convey here so well. Another beautiful happy thought to store in the memory vault for next time you're looking at not such a beautiful sky and the memory will brighten your day, as it just did mine :)

Posted 8 Months Ago


Lorry.

8 Months Ago

Ha, just thought I'd surprise you. Hope you didn't gob coffee all over your screen :)
D. Connolly

8 Months Ago

HAHAHAHA! Good morning Nemo XD
Lorry.

8 Months Ago

Morning. Hope your day will be fill to bursting with awesomeness.
Wow... beautiful, you created a breathtaking image!
Loved it!

Posted 8 Months Ago


D. Connolly

8 Months Ago

Thank-you Hebe! That's so sweet
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Startling and beautiful... as is this piece of art. Poetry written well, Ms. Connolly.

Brought me on a mini adventure through the mind of mental images through clever word play, which were both beautiful, by the way.

Much love, Ms. Connolly, well done,

Truly poetic.

LR

Posted 8 Months Ago


D. Connolly

8 Months Ago

Thank-you LR, I'm so glad you enjoyed :)
this poem is full of startling and beautiful imagery...you created a photo with your words.
j.

Posted 8 Months Ago


D. Connolly

8 Months Ago

thank-you Jacob, that's a great compliment from you!
I never knew sunset could be so beautifully expressed in words. Well written I liked it. ☺

Posted 8 Months Ago


D. Connolly

8 Months Ago

Thank-you Najam, I'm so happy you liked it :)
Najam Us Saher

8 Months Ago

Please don't mention :)

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