The Air Turns Sweet

English: Roadside Bank. The hedgerows in this ...

English: Roadside Bank. The hedgerows in this area are often banks without a hedge on the top. As they do not get trimmed until later in the Summer (this was taken in June)They support a large variety of plants. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

green and cream

the summer hedgerows

weigh heavy

since the fall of rain

bowing heads to

passing trains

summer evening

painted gray

the landscape still

cattle pensive

til that  gray is cracked

and pools of blue

bulge through the

dullness

now, the air is sweet

just like a woman’s kiss

By  Paolo Michell

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About pmisteil

Hi, my name is Paul though I write under other names like, Thatcher and Paolo, I love literature, art and architecture their passion and drama....the contradictions. The notion of Truth-who is the person behind the mask? Or does it matter! I like long walks and longer conversations over cappuccinos in a cafe with atmosphere and the rest is a journey!
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