three monostichs by D. W. Golden

Late-summer sun-drenched butterflies chase own shadows in a yellow stream

 

 

Hours from now a band of goldenrod rises up along the slopes of dawn

 

 

Miles away train howling down the tracks a door slides open

 


Bio:

Born in England to British mom and American Father. As an Armed Forces dependent, residences (England, Bermuda, Oklahoma, Florida,  England again, North Dakota and…) often changed enabling extensive travels, mainly Europe.

Even since youth, places lived stateside, plenty.  A couple of marriages, children and grandchildren. Education has been rather liberal, although college studies primarily History, Speech, Sociology and English/language arts.

Over the many years have had many poems published within journals such as Aura, Bear Creek Haiku, Ship of Fools, and The Weekly Avocet. Have also delved into other creative mediums besides writing. Those being Photography and Art.


Photo by Guilherme Stecanella on Unsplash


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