In the Moment Poetry, Part Two


In the Moment Poetry is simply just that: a poem written at a particular moment that is inspired by the present, with little post-editing applied. This post is the second part in my In the Moment Poetry series. To see part one, click here.


I open the curtains
to watch the sun illuminate
ugly old buildings


Sitting here
in this pristine moment

The sound of the stove fire
harmonizing with the wind
to the beat of the ice
plopping in the fridge

The crows make for
good percussion


Burnt coffee on the stove top
I let it boil


Birds wash above
a morning shore

The clouds–a grey tide
lined with sea foam



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