O Mandarin Muteness:
crunchy chrysanthemum petal
perpendicular to the river,
fervent monk in the twilight
brass of tangerine …
green-sombreroed stalactite of a star-
D. G. Vachal © 2014
*** image from manypicture.com
Thanks, Sandy! I felt like writing on the lighter side for a change. 🙂
What a colorful way to embellish a veggie that we should all eat and enjoy. 🙂 For those who don’t eat their veggies, they should just digest your words. It might do the trick and they could enjoy their carrot, and turn them a healthy orange. 🙂 Have a good weekend.
Your comment made me smile, Joyce! Love your wit and humor — what a wonderful possibility that words can be digested. Reminds me of the prophet Jeremiah when he said “Your words were found, and I ate them, and your words became to me a joy and the delight of my heart, for I am called by your name, O LORD, God of hosts.” Thank you Joyce. Blessings, Dee
Your welcome. 🙂 Blessings to you, also, Dee.
Forgot to mention how I love carrots, anyway, fixed most anyway. 🙂
I love carrots too, Joyce, and also use these for juicing, along with celery and other healthy veggies. 🙂 Have a wonderful weekend!
A fun read, quite unlike your style, Dee 🙂
Yes, this one is an outlier, Eric. Glad to know this was a fun read for you. 🙂 Thank you! Dee