A Poem

Post #242 – Unfettered – A Poem

The confines of my paralyzed condition

hinder not my senses or imagination 

Unfettered 

A chariot of feathery clouds

escort me to ethereal wildflower fields

Overflowing with dancers just like me running free 

Whilst on earth 

A leafy ballet romances my eyes

as a balmy breeze caresses

The graceful branches of our shady elm

peeping through my window blinds 

Symphonic gusts, rhythmic drizzle,

together with hazy sunshine

Warm and serenade me

While the set-on-too-cool air-conditioner

chills me and growls 

Within my version of an English garden 

Plum and caramel walls envelop me

Expresso frames adorn family photos

A parfait of flowers grace my Cherry wood dresser

Melodies flowing from my laptop

permeate the air I breathe 

Bewildering and rendering

the chains of my bed prostrate


All rights reserved ©Nancy Jean Walker

  

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