Monday, February 12, 2018

Watercolors (Day 390)


Where the edges
are not, there now
twist and turn, into cavernous
echoing chambers, bleeding
rivulets of umber diverging into
creases that vein the vast,
opaline expanse of 
love’s cold, hard floor,
over which we slipped and
ran, laughing until we cried, our
seawater tears blooming like watercolors.



(c) 2018, by Hannah Six

Image: JMW Turner, Lyme Regis, Dorsetshire, England (ca. 1834), 
watercolor, Cinninnati Art Museum (via Wikimedia)