Types of Poetry

This is one of the Types of Poetry.
More reflections from the..... "The Red Robin"






Heidelberg


by

Richard A. McCullough






The juniper tree,
tall,
with drops of leaves a-flutter
echoing the throb
of guitar's bass
and wind I do not feel.

With the helping foam of bubbles
by a foot tap spout.

Her hand in her lap was still.
His stroking
own
cheek
ear
chin.

A pinnacle of turrets
that guards the birds
where river water flows.

Heidelberg.
Across the window
in twin reflections.



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Richard A. McCullough


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