>A Door Through the Highway one shot wednesday #33

>Untangle crowded doorways
leading to changeable shades 
weeping willow trees
with spiders
weaving intricate webs
as Gabriel blows his horn
in the summertime
from a mountain
in the distance

Cross the highway
not yielding to the
double yellow line
passing fervently into
mist that leads me into
a fluorescent green pasture
as Francisco spreads his arms
in winter
on the river’s bank
water overflowing

I will step into the day
placing the night behind me
never looking back

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20 responses to “>A Door Through the Highway one shot wednesday #33

  1. >This poem covers some mileage – a great place to arrive at Daythanks for sharing with One Shot and nice to meet you.

  2. >Nice to meet you, too, moondustwriter.Thanks!

  3. >Beautiful Pam…with the arms of Francisco open wide you can feel in the movement out of the city and the know and into the mist…very nice..bkm

  4. >Reads like a poetic tale of personal redemption with some excellent references. Nice work!

  5. >quite the journey you took…and quickly but on the other side i imagine you that much more happy..smiles.

  6. >Enjoyed your dreamscape, Pamela.

  7. >Postcard from a slightly surreal travelogue for me, I enjoyed going there with you in spirit. The view looking back may be beautiful, but it makes your neck hurt after awhile.

  8. >I love how the journey moves from familiar to mythic landscapes, or how the one interpenetrates the other. This double vision — to see with human and angelic eyes, perhaps — is what good poetry enables. Very nice job. — Brendan

  9. >Something like that Adam:)

  10. >Generally I am that Brian.

  11. >I used to have chronic neck pain Joy:)

  12. >Brendan, thanks much and I loved your music poem:)

  13. >Surreal and effective! Thanks for sharing this magical journey.

  14. >How are you Matt?I haven't seen you since napowrimo.I loved your poem for OSW.

  15. >Good work, words & flow.

  16. >The journey from dusk to dawn can truly be a fantastic one if we want it to be so… and yours definitely seems so, Pamela! Your poem real nice and relaxing… thanks for this lovely little ride, my friend…

  17. >what a way to say… 'I step into the sayplacing the night behind menever looking back'Beautiful ….ॐ नमः शिवायOm Namah Shivayahttp://shadowdancingwithmind.blogspot.com/2011/02/whispers-night-along-sea.htmlTwitter @VerseEveryDay

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