Notes multiply under an orange blossom moon.
We pour music into cups and songs sprout
from rose trees that have yet to bend towards the bud
while daisies turn noisy in the far field as the grass
orchestrates the dawn’s chorus and petals tremble
in the wake of all that once shivered in the stillness.
Clouds melt like warm snow beneath our imagination.
We wear it like candy and when we eat it we grow giddy
and gravity gives way to the illusion that we too
can rise from this heavy earth, drowning dust blazing
a distance into our trail as we pat the sun with our smiles
and that orange moon melts into a melody we can taste
on our tongues while our weary eyes close, for a while,
in a slumber the angles have created to cradle our chaos.
Notes multiply in back gardens where invincible comes
to conquer all that needs distance and all that is disease.
All words and photographs by Damien B. Donnelly
Inspired by a Twitter Poetry Prompt