Leonard Dabydeen

Colours Flirting in the Wind

Colours flirting in the wind

Towels, aprons and things

Hanging on strings

Tied to red-painted t-poles

Where lawn is green

And shrubs dazzle in sunlight glaze

I watch an implanted totem

Smiling with eyes closed

Never to see light of day

As wind makes music

While sunshine has its way


  • Leonard Dabydeen

    Spring comes with bright sunshine. And neighbors hang assorted colored clothes on lines in the backyard. In this particular backyard there is a totem pole near to the fence.

To be able to comment and rate this poem, you must be registered. Register here or if you are already registered, login here.