delirium’s sweet breeze

Delirium swished her dappled colors against dawn’s clear sky
blue air pleated seemings like a god’s strident breath
reigniting dappled rays of sunshine
pitched in place by swirling seas
breaching the shell of delirium’s sweet breeze.

Brenda Warren 2011

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This piece was inspired by this week’s words at The Sunday Whirl. Check out the whirl for more pieces incorporating these words.

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14 thoughts on “delirium’s sweet breeze

  1. Very clever, Brenda! One of the shortest wordle poems you have written. Must be due to your busy life. I too like what you did with ‘delirium.’ And yes, congratulations to your daughter on her achievement!

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  2. Thanks for coming through for us, in spite of your very busy life! Loved the picture of your daughter & her friend in their sassy team outfits. And loved this perceptive poem!

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