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Thursday, October 19, 2017

New Poem "A New Cycle of Life" by Lori Jean Finnila #lorijean #lorijeanfinnila #poems

New Poem and Updated One


10/19



A New Cycle of Life

by Lori Jean Finnila



The horns are blowing to the sky fold

innocence is crushed below.



Screaming, peeks through the night

I can see from eight floors up.



Those crawling, begging, pleading

wishing they were where you are.



Tap, tap, tap

rattle, rattle, rattle

it brings

uncertainty.



Prays and yelps from the church

swings that bring new delight

the whale calls

stomp, chuckle

tap, tap, chuckle

tap, tap again

a smile begins.



The wind moves with no explanation

it's strong

shook my windows last night

I feared the cold.



The trees at the tops blow around

pointed buildings blend with the rain

tap, tap again

the man below smiles.



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The Crazy Sun Shines



Poems by Lori Jean Finnila



1rst



the trees,

brash with leaves

they will not fly away

tonight



chocolate sprinkles are sweet

small, poignant

are they

crisp



delight is ecstasy

corners are sharp

edges are dull

circles are round





Wheels turn

The morning breaks

Thumps on the roof

Remind me of this



Cars, trucks

Or at least motors

Rustle in the streets

Slacks of sheets so slick

Take the air



Sand dumps

Engines roar

Another city morning





2nd



Flower still

be still for me

under the sheet

cornered on the chair



Your pink and white

blue, dark green

detailed crisp



shadowed by edges

cornered by rounds

enveloped in some

grayish at times



drifting lovely

below like a fall

the completion at the end

jumps up again









3rd



three lines cross six

though the third

is a quarter of the way here

the second is half



the third almost full shown

but separated by a fourth

that shows at the bottom



six show like church pipes

the dip points

to the corner window

as the sun shines in

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                                           Photo courtesy Front Range Forum

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