Poem by: Wilbur
sailing, surface, golden fans, dark-waters
Submitted: March 30, 2012
Golden fans sailing
Across dark water surface
© Copyright 2016 Wilbur. All rights reserved.
poetry in motion :)
What a lovely comment! Thanks, Tracey. Many kind regards, Connie
I was all settled in, with my popcorn and cold drink, for an extended read, when what do I see? This excellent, SHORT poem!
You make me smile, Mike. Nope - short and I hope sweet.
Many regards, Connie
I googled Golden fans, I have to admit I don't know what golden fans are, I googled Gingko. That areas to be a fossil plant. Perhaps Golden as in Golden Girls
perhaps the fossil is a references to the older generation, of which I know you are an active menber of
You haven't taken up sailing have you Connie?
Gingko is a tree of ancient and singular lineage. Its leaves are small and fan-shaped. Elegant. In fall, the leaves turn a golden yellow. They will float on puddles and ponds--at least that's where I've seen them. A particular favorite of mine, for both their unique shape and lovely color, scuffing along beneath feet in the streets in the fall. --- No sailing of mine, I fear. Only of gingko leaves. Be well, friend. Connie
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