Skimming Rocks on a Pond, Called 'Me'
by Bryon D. Howell
The trees held their
hid us from
to the bank.
quite as hard as
at the sight of
my young Knight
wading to me.
who had apparently invited
on the hibachi.
and fish flew into the
chasing a rainbow.
I was this
and on the moon.
© 2007 Bryon D. Howell
Bryon D. Howell is a poet currently residing in New
Haven, Connecticut. He has been writing poetry for a great number of
years. Recently, his poetry has appeared in poeticdiversity,
Review, The Quirk, The Cerebral Catalyst, and The
Lost Beat. Bryon is
also the Editor-in-Chief of three online poetry 'zines: The
Mirage, Bringing Sonnets Back, and Quentin's
Naughty Poetry Journal.
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