One Single Impression #210 – Underground
My take is Alouette
Distant echoes fade –
glinting dull of jade,
endless search for ground is on.
Forests here remain
helpless in their plain
destiny of living on.
Gritting teeth in quiet,
bringing up a riot,
monsters chase the ghosts around.
Summon mighty friends –
they will then remain
biting lips deep underground.
© 2012 Mariya Koleva
Image courtesy: NOAA Image showing an underwater volcano eruption.
5 thoughts on “Underground, Alouette”
I love the rhythm and tone of this poem. And that last line really packs some power!
I enjoyed this poem and its deep ties with nature. A beautiful read.
Beautifully written, and I liked that last line, too.
Very nice poem, Mariya, 🙂 ~~ It makes one hope for the Mighty friends.
The rest of nature suffers when the prettier are sought after. I have a ‘token’ piece of jade, a souvineer from China. Also I have a large green rock that I call my jade rock. I have no idea what it is.
Thank you for peeking in on my Subway ditty. The picture was from our 2006 visit to the Moscow (Russia) Metro. Did you notice the tiled floor?
Mary – glad you liked the finale!
Write Girl – nice you have enjoyed it!
Anthony – very kind of you!
Jim – wow, you HAVE been here and there, ha! Glad you decided to come by here, too.
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