One Poem by Jordan Trethewey

Written in response to this month’s Special Challenge.

Juxtapose

Let deer drink
while birds hide behind
a tumbling, liquid aviary.

This is where The Plan
deviates from geometrical
left-brain patterns.

Nature doesn’t shout,
LOOK AT ME —
claim industriousness.

It’s conciliatory,
co-exists,
adapts to remain

pieces in a puzzle —
all in it
together.

 

Jordan Trethewey is a writer and editor living in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. His frightening book of verse, Spirits for Sale, is available on Amazon from Pskis Porch Publishing. Some of his work found a home here, and in other publications such as Burning House Press, Visual Verse, Claifragile, CarpeArte Journal, Fishbowl Press, The Blue Nib, Red Fez, Spillwords and Fudoki Magazine. Jordan is also an editor at https://www.redfez.net/, and https://openartsforum.com/. His poetry has been translated in Vietnamese and Farsi. To see more of his work go to:  https://jordantretheweywriter.wordpress.com.

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