Organic volumes

Organic volumes

A patchwork
of thatch 

bound to
grow old &
decompose

organic
volumes
opened

earthen
spine
broken

fresh
new life 
awoken 

underfoot

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About tyler4turtles

I am an avid photographer, poet, ecologist, bookworm, blogger, art enthusiast and runner who calls Montana home but lives in Oregon.
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15 Responses to Organic volumes

  1. In the Stillness of Willow Hill says:

    So melodic. I am a true appreciator of decomposition. My compost is almost as tall as I am!

  2. Geo Sans says:

    Reblogged this on Geo Sans and commented:
    a poetic confidant … NaPoWriMo

    • Thank you kindly for the re-blog, my friend! I’m really enjoying your poems this month…keep up the inspired work and have a wonderful rest of your weekend 🙂
      Cheers,
      Tyler

  3. Pingback: My Poetic Confidants / My April Reblogs | Geo Sans

  4. beeseeker says:

    A thought occurs: why do we call it compost instead of decompost ?
    Clever writing, I like your style.

    • Thank you kindly! Haha…good question…maybe it’s so you can say that your pile of compost is decomposing…sounds more poetic 😉 Glad you enjoy my poetry. I used to write longer poems but have really embraced the power of simplicity and brevity. The “less is more” mentality works well in a technologically-driven society born with a short attention span. Hope you have a wonderful week, my friend 🙂
      Cheers,
      Tyler

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