MUSED
BellaOnline Literary Review
Stairs by Albert Rollins

Poetry


Misplaced

Sue Ellis

Her wool jacket caught my eye,
its deep russet the color of
barbed wire on a derelict fence.
She walked fast at a crosswalk, texting--
a girl out of place with her angles and lope,
a girl meant for running through canyons
past soaring cliff walls of red obsidian.

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Reader Feedback:
This is a wonderful poem. I like how color ties the main theme together.
~Patricia

a girl out of place with her angles and lope, a girl meant for running through canyons past soaring cliff walls of red obsidian. stunning visual...
~Stacey



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