Honk

Claude Monet, Geese in the Brook, 1874. © Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute

Claude Monet, Geese in the Brook, 1874. © Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute

Oh Claude, you old wizard!

With deft alchemy you have melted the trodden path into water.

And made the pool sprout  golden leaves.

Brushed into silence, my paddling tongue.


3 Comments on “Honk”

  1. & such a figurative tongue you have, my lady!
    : )

    I loved your way of describing it.
    Monet’s path really does look like it’s melted into water – beautiful.

    Michelle
    http://www.jolini.com


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