Cerulean

Poem by Robin Blackburn McBride

Cerulean poem by Robin Blackburn McBride-feather-one-side

What is this feather

disguised as ordinary

brown

and fallen

by the table meant

for setting visions down

 

I almost didn’t pick it up

 

and turn it in my hand

to see

that trick of light

the way things land

iridescent

with the change of angle

 

Like your dream

told back to you through another’s voice

and suddenly

more luminously

yours

Cerulean poem by Robin Blackburn McBride-feather-other-side

“Cerulean” ©2018 Robin Blackburn McBride 

Dedicated to Robert Moss and fellow teachers of Active Dreaming

 

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