In, “Poetry Silence Over Glittered Rooftops,” I write about the morning staring through the window, observing what wasn’t happening and what was.
In, “Poetry Silence Over Glittered Rooftops,” it was like a still picture, but everything was moving. Like moving at a snail’s pace. But I had to slow my heartbeat, sip my coffee slowly and just watch. Everything was glittered and white, then the sun warms rooftops, little by little roofs change color. Brightness screams across the apartment complex, I’m amazed at the beauty. Entranced by steam rising into the atmosphere. Up. Then gone.
165 pieces of inspirational urban acrostic, cinquain, free verse, haiku, tanka, and much more.
Poetry Silence Over Glittered Rooftops
Across the frozen rooftops,
shadows bend like fingers.
Stretching long and thin.
Scratching black lines across
I see him: billows of
clouds coming from
an open mouth,
legs are moving in a lyric beat.
The park stands quietly;
the trees bow to
blue in a windless morning,
a black crow swoops
at garbage of yesterday, and the
silent frost has hidden
all the footprints of children.
©Linda J. Wolff (Google), and “Free Verse Poem Ink Spilled.”
What is a Free Verse Poem? Typically, free verse is a patterned through speech rather than a meter. Further, this form of poetry is very open to the author’s discretion and usually does not rhyme. Such as, visual and sound effects are often employed. It can have as many lines as the writer wishes.
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