Marc Latham’s latest Folding Mirror poem celebrates Green and Grey becoming one again on the Greenygrey website, after Grey returned from its exile in Oz, and published its Werewolf of Oz: Fantasy Travel by Google Maps epic comedy and poems book. It is free to download today (Monday, 2nd April) on Amazon.
The poem combines three of the dominant themes of the greenygrey: how the weather and land interacts; the horizon view and the moods of the mind. The poem also celebrates the raising of the connecting Y between green and grey to the: 3D tree of growth, thought and knowledge at the heart of the greenygrey. And the creator seeing a planet in the daytime for the first time last week. Enjoy!
Y Green and Grey Go Together
Did you see the moon sideways smiling?
grey cloud hides the sun
lowering euphoria of fun
running free in great outdoors
when it doesn’t rain, but pours
bright horizon obscured
to negativity the mind is lured
so positivity will be more noticed
with optimism returned
rays of light return, raising mood
watered seeds of optimism nurtured
rising flowers reflect desires
green leaves bring new ideas
Yes I saw Venus over lunchtime lunar!
Marc Latham’s central site is the Greenygrey: http://www.greenygrey.co.uk