We are now in the last month of the inaugural full mistYmuse winter light festival. brightening up the northern hemisphere’s traditionally most difficult months.
Spring seems to have arrived early, with some warmer than average sunny weather the last fortnight, although its forecast to return to normal midweek.
Here’s a little anagrammatic poem-philosophical thought, using the letters I-a-s-s-u-m-e on three lines; something like the 121 reflections in my second poetry collection.
as I muse
Marc Latham’s new Folding Mirror poem was inspired by looking at greenery swaying in the divide between two roads; lit by sun shining through clouds to create warm spring air.
The poem echoes one of his earliest Folding Mirror poems, created after seeing a similar scene in a field of barley, and posted on fmpoetry five years ago this month (available from link above, or by searching field barley).
Cihuatecayoti was chosen out of the many world wind gods as it mirrored Cinderella the most.
Winding Between, Two Roads
where was the wind
had it already inspired
thoughts, dreams, wonder
riding the magic, blades green grass
tribal, dance, writing
other planets have breeze
is their reaction poetry