Felled Fast On Her Shoulder

Felled Fast On Her Shoulder

A Poem by Max Meunier

adrift in each moment 
her tempestuous waters writhing
beneath skies which she granted her garden of hues
in fading horizons 
define earth from heaven
concealed amid coppice
hedge sodden shores strewn 
spring forth strands of stardust 
felled fast on her shoulder
as desert winds balmy lift spiralling plumes
on journeys unspoken
unknown to mere men
in glacial abandon on axis exiled
and tropical canopies bursting with breath
encompassing spectrums
infinity's view
she trembles in trenches
untouched by the sun
to shift the foundation
with fury fomenting 
ascending to heights
said to humble the beholden
unfurling as scrolls inscribed with tales tragic

© 2016 Max Meunier


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Beautiful. The words gentle, soft and strong at the same time.
"felled fast on her shoulder
as desert winds balmy lift spiralling plumes
on journeys unspoken
unknown to mere men
in glacial abandon on axis exiled"
The above lines. Perfect. Thank you Max for sharing the excellent poetry.
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