by Laura Rockhold
streetlights zebra the winding road and trees’
naked limbs twist without beginnings or ends
city skyline patinas clouds in yellow-green glow
geese sleepwalk on half-frozen water
a net of black specks cast on lake white earth
fading into horizon like a dissipating thought
Laura Rockhold is a poet and visual artist living in Minnesota. She is the inventor of the golden root poetic form and winner of the Bring Back The Prairies Award and Southern MN Poets Society Award. Her work appears or is forthcoming in: Arteidolia, Black Fox Literary Magazine, Cider Press Review, The Dillydoun Review, The Ekphrastic Review, The Hopper, Yellow Arrow Journal and elsewhere. Her website is: www.laurarockhold.com.