Tuesday, January 28, 2014

A Poem by Wayne Russell


Pink hues bleed
into the atmosphere
yellow orb flickering
in pale windows of
angel hearts enraptured.

Colors gallop across the
melting skyline
only to combust within
sheer spontaneity.

Soaring birds make way for
shards of red and orange
while upon a baby blue canvas
the inevitable unfolds.

This kaleidoscope of confusion
is born beneath calm heavens
a new day has dawned . . .


Wayne Russell hails from Tampa, Florida and has been doing creative writing since he was five years old.  Wayne has been published in various zines over the years, including The Cannon's Mouth Quarterly, The Rolling Thunder Press, and Poets Espresso.  His first flash fiction story "Breaking Point," has recently been published at Staxtes.com Greek Literary Review via their "English Wednesdays" internet zine.

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