Somedays when I am short on time, I write quick verses on my iPhone. I jot them down on my notes app on the home screen. On days like today when busyness invades my life, I revert to them for both inspirations and to use as posts.
We are hosting a garage/moving sale this weekend. The hours today are 8am to 8pm. It’s been busy so far. I’m on a short break in our kitchen while my husband mans the fort out front. If you want to read more about our garage sales you can check out yesterday’s post.
Since I am short on time, I am using one of the poems that lay in waiting on my notes page. This is a nonet I wrote back in April. It is in reverse, with the poem starting first with one syllable and then ending with nine.
The end of the day: A nonet.
Blues turn to orange
Orange becomes dusky
Pink. And, pink becomes purple
Purple envelopes trees and land
Until just water shines in moonlight
© Draft, Carol Labuzzetta, 2022
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