Some interesting writing here. A little difficult to understand, but that's a very good thing... I love poetry that forces the reader to think in order to get anything from it. Did I get it you ask? Yeah, I think so.
Link me chained daisy days
To stretch past June
Where melted by July heat
They anchor into summer
That I might
Pull petals from each
she loves me
she loves me not
Looking forward to learning about love, and then...
a season should pass
on find of buttressed
End of links
Put holdfast heart
To suns warmth
Looking past it, to coping with loss?
Am I right here? Please enlighten me, because I want to read this a few more times if there's anything I'm missing at all.
I'd give you the whole loved-your-poem you're-so-talented thing, but I think that should go without saying by now... your quality is always consistent in your poetry, Ron, I'm not going to waste your time reminding you how awesome you still are.
Thank you for contributing to Sanctuary, my friend... great to see you in these walls.
Poets are the unacknowledged legislators of the world.
~Percy Bysshe Shelley