A Wider Vision

Poem By Peggy Aylsworth

A WIDER VISION


Above the jagged fractals,
jabbing
land-mass
into sea-blue water,
she steals the falcon's eye.
It sights
a covey of planted trees,
a road
sinewing its way
into the imagination.
People move
furniture,
make love
under these trees
funding
the heated heart
with evanescent shade.

Comments about A Wider Vision

Fractals are there to discover Every where In the tidal basin Left by the moon's escape Broken pieces Never to be replaced Fractals in the mind Mandelbrot would have been Impressed.


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