willy loman’s last
grand gesture

a tulip
refuses to rage
or go gentle

blown out
blowsed up
blundering on


no tears
no fear
all clear

silent growth
tender reach
purple hope

eating sunshine
like spun
cotton candy

by beauty’s
last song



A poem a day for 30 days, in honor of National Poetry Month.
This post is part of NaPoWriMo.
Also joining in with PAD (poem a day) over at Writer’s Digest.




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