Friday, June 14, 2024

Missouri By Emma Grey Rose

the sky 

bleached

purple, lavender 

Midwest,

the lightest 

like lilacs 

with specks of

violet

dawn, dusk

like bellflowers,

wild orchids

at daylight,

tranquil,

sundown

hypnotic 








Emma Grey Rose is a writer based in San Diego, CA. Her poetry has been published in deLuge Literary and Arts Journal, Pinky Thinker Press, the San Diego Poetry Annual, Bear Paw Arts Journal, Ranger Magazine, and elsewhere. 

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