Hi, it’s Wolf Whistzer, with a wolf whistle stop tour of the Greenygrey News. There was a yin zen yang new Folding Mirror poem about the balance of night and day, light and dark, by ol’ partner Marc Latham on fmpoetry yesterday. Here it is:
Changing of the Guard
duel at dawn
between night and day
light always emerges
with seed of moon
Yin zen Yang
sun leaves evening all
dark envelopes sky
in the second leg
of cosmic balance
New Werewolf of Oz
And more importantly for us, our other ‘alf Grey posted a new blog about its epic ramble on the Werewolf of Oz. We’ve imported it into the Greenygrey world, and without further ado, here it is:
As we were preparing to set off I thought I heard a commotion out at sea, but when I looked around the ocean was calm. None of the others seemed to have noticed anything, so I kept it to myself.
Bending Around Bendalong to Swan Lake Mirror
The moon had risen by the time we reached the Bendalong peninsula, and the moonlight was invaluable as we bent our route around Bendalong for a long time.
We reached Cudmirrah at the entrance to Swan Lake as crepuscular rays streaked up into the bluing sky, announcing the imminent arrival of the new day’s sun.
Green Ray and Ancient Ballet
I thought I saw a green ray above the sun as it rose; was it a sign from Green, or the rare optical phenomena I’d once read about.
Entering Swan Lake via Cudmirrah, it reminded me of the classic ballet, and I thought that its epic proportions mirrored my own epic ramble.
Green Thoughts lead to Swan Song
Those two last thoughts seemed to merge into one when I next thought that it would be more like Green to compare itself to something so grandeur.
After so much thinking early in the morning I half wished I was back in human form so I could neck a few Swan lagers, instead of singing the bottlenose blues!