Wet Spring in Phoenix by Judith Curtis

Palm hands
applaud the wind
that brings
lost cloud ships
slowing
to toss extra weight overboard

Rocky hills
blush green from
unexpected rain

Shy poppies
bloom
in spite of themselves.

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To read Judith’s bio and more of her poetry on WIZ go here, here, and here.

*contest entry*

4 thoughts on “Wet Spring in Phoenix by Judith Curtis”

  1. Thanks very much for the kind comments. I like yours, too–full of great imagery and the rhyme patterns are so effective and well done. Judy

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