Poems by Wendy Mary Lister

 
Poems by Wendy Mary Lister
 
 
Shorter Days—
 
Fog twines winter flora-below a sky
of decaying scent, risking love
 
Somewhere-sleep unites the tremor
of a violin with a clichéd heart
 
A memory lingers on the edge of crazy
with pungency of winters fumes
 
Tinder-dry conditions and yesteryears song, struggle bitterly-without retracting
 
 
Ashes Of Deceit—
 
The wind whispers for a reason,
as it strides with each new season
 
The moon shivers in discomfort,
oblivious as the earth delegates
 
And the sun hides, when the sky prays,
to save us from our recklessness ways
 
Night continues to turn into day, as the passage of time starts to fade
 
Dawn of the dark has yet to rise,
sophism taking us to our demise
 
Now it’s time to contemplate
at the intensity of human fate
 
The universe has yet to reveal a secret,
how our planet will end up seedless

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