Submitting for Jingle’s Thursday Poet’s Rally Week 23
When midnight blue is deep, beneath starlit curtain,
slowly I unfurl, my sleepy canvas of dreams,
palette of rainbow streaks, few shades of sunset peach,
charcoal grey from shadows, borrowed gold from Daffodils.
Sprinkling crystal shimmer,on silky strands of Maize,
in firefly lit milieu, borns a masterpiece
dash of violet-azure ,copper tinge smudged across,
through radiant auburn sky, sun slowly peeping out,
Unfurling burgundy petals, jeweled with amber hues,
atop Emerald blades, pristine dew on graceful lilies,
silver wings soaring high, beyond cuddly cottony clouds,
honey laced melody reverberate – twilight lullabies.
As morning fragrance seep through, yawning summer-borne streets,
Will you halt for a while and admire my masterpiece?