Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Poem by Poet Hound


Lily half-floats the surface
submerged in the greenery
petals wave a slow ballet
in the breeze this autumn
evening quite content
amongst the egrets
ignoring her beauty
for the dart of fish.

Ordinarily, this poem would be centered on the page but this blog is not capable of doing so and therefore, it is left justified.

I would also like to remind you that Poet Hound is accepting submissions for posting your poems on Wednesdays. Please send your poems for consideration to:
Must be 50 lines or less, no profanity, pornography, or overtly religious poetry. Please include a brief biography about yourself and name any books or chapbooks that are still available for purchase and where they can be found if applicable. If you are a beginning poet, I’d love to help you gain an audience. Poet Hound encourages the idea of helping poets earn a living doing what they do best. Thank you! I look forward to hearing from you.

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