Poetry Friday: Quick Writes

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.

Hawk’s Cay. The Florida Keys, 2012. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2012.

The end of the day: A nonet.

Sun

Sunlight

Sunlight fades

Nightime unfolds

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

Sunset at the lake. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2015.

I also want to thank anyone who has purchased my indie-published chapbook entitled, Life’s Inspiration and Reflection, in a Few Words. You can purchase my word from Amazon or off of my blog. At the top of my blog home page, a menu runs across the page horizontally. Click on Products for Sale and it will take you to the page where you can purchase my book by using Paypal.

Look for future offerings on this page, such as my photographic notecards, and photographic prints of landscapes and iconic travel destinations both In the U.S. and abroad. Thank you!

6 thoughts

  1. Carol, these photos are gorgeous. The poem has a lovely development from morning to nighttime. If you would to add it to the Poetryliscious Gallery Padlet let me know.

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