Maya Ellenson likes to improvise in zen poetry as she basks in Florida's parks and wildlife.
Lingering in the Picture
Nature sparing ink
as if it were gold
to paint subtle clouds
strewn across the sky's
rising swiftly from wetland
resemble the twirling flames
at this moment
everything seems to linger:
the birds and boats
drifting above the sun-flecked
St. Lucie River
meandering through the wooden deck
with mangroves on both sides
in this lingering state
I have no name
nor do I need one
Maya Ellenson (author) from Hobe Sound, Florida on December 04, 2018:
Thanks a lot, Mark! That's exactly how it felt.
Mark Tulin from Palm Springs, California on December 04, 2018:
Lovely lingering, Maya. The poem is very calming and therapeutic. Thanks, Mark
Maya Ellenson (author) from Hobe Sound, Florida on December 03, 2018:
John, thank you for your kind comment!
John Hansen from Gondwana Land on December 03, 2018:
Beautiful photos and lovely descriptive poetry, what more could a reader want. Good job.
Alexander James Guckenberger from Maryland, United States of America on December 03, 2018:
I appreciate people like you. :)