Sponsored by Workhorse, Lexington Poetry Month is an easy to use
platform for poets to publish and share their work in an attractive
way. The community is supportive and diverse, commenting and
encouraging one another throughout June. Money we raise goes
to maintaining the cost of the website and publishing the yearly
anthology. Our goals are to provide every poet (~150) a copy of
the anthology, lower printing costs, and expand opportunities
offered during Lexington Poetry Month, such as featured readings
and poetry workshops.
Twilight waves crash upon painted shores. A burning sun evaporates in wispy streams as gray as the sheep leaping over slumber-hewn fences under the galaxy’s starry-eyed glow, basking in a sea of moonlit fancies until the break of dawn.
Love slumber hewn fences! Great imagery..
Thank you, Linda!
Familiar imagery, compelling, a memory
so clear I can taste the sea spray and
feel sand under my feet.
I’m so happy this poem reminded you of fond memories!
From twilight to the anticipation of dawn—you write with such a wonder-filled sense of enchantment about this passage of time….thank you!
Thank you so much! The sky, especially sunset and sunrise, fascinates me✨
wispy streams as gray as the sheep
leaping over slumber-hewn fences
I’d say I liked this particular line or that one, but all of the imagery is too wonderful to isolate. So I’ll just say that this was great work. Keep it up!
Thank you so much, Maira! You’re too kind 😊