One Poem by Andy Eycott

Written in response to this month’s Special Challenge.

Nature’s Music

Under the scrutiny of the blue
walled hill and the straight lines
of men and their minds.

Genuflecting trees see more
than a gutter, outlet, duct,
see colours in falling water.

Abstract architecture of birds
hover amid the flowing robe,
a garment of silken rain.

The big wheel turns heavy
in its industry to the rush
of nature’s music.

 

Andy lives and works in South East London. He has had poems published in print and online including: Nine Muses Poetry, The Poetry Kit, Obsessed with Pipework, Orbis and Poems in the Waiting Room.

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