Being of earth, wind, fire, and water, I amble wide-eyed in a world of color.
Elements form metaphoric limbs, link the undefined—in a world of color.
Unified, stalwart, we stride, side by side, reveling in the differences
from the molten core to the tide-line—enshrined in a world of color.
There are no weeds, no right place or time; all life’s sublime, beauteous
in the blessed-eye, like unto like, all entwined in a world of color.
Rays, wings, seeds—exploding suns—jellyfish in the sea,
quarks to leptons to universes, all primed in a world of color.
Gather the multitudes—reform and combine—splatter watercolors
for all creations shines—life’s sublime in a world of color.
Deborah Guzzi writes full time. Her third book, The Hurricane, is available through Prolific Press. Her poetry appears in Allegro, Artificium, Shooter, Amethyst Review and Foxglove Journal in the UK, Existere, The Ekphrastic Review, Scarlet Leaf Review and Subterranean Blue Poetry, Canada – Tincture, Australia – mgv2>publishing, France – Cha: Asian Review, China – Vine Leaves Literary Journal, Australia – The Scarlet Leaf Review – Greece, Ribbons, pioneertown, Sounding Review, Bacopa Literary Review, The Aurorean, Liquid Imagination, The Tishman Review, Page & Spine and others in the USA.