Rampant
Old Tree

Rampant

By shellatreille | returnsyourgazeart | 26 Jan 2020


Rampant

By Shelley M. Latreille

Old Tree

Trees in the forest convulse in the light of the full moon.
They shimmer and sway absurdly in the midnight hour.
Wolves prowl in the trees’ protection, howling their tune.
They sing to the moon and provide it significant power.
Rain begins to exfoliate softly down onto the forest.
In delightful harmony, ominous birds fly about.
Elated, creatures run for shelter, even the poorest.
Creatures swirl vigilantly about trees so stout.
The sun bursts maniacally through the robotic sky.
Clouds hurriedly move away and make their final plea.
Fog and dew rain down menacingly and fly high.
Birds and creatures curiously flee.
Nature runs rampant in a glorious and challenging way.
Creatures fiendishly celebrate to bring on the new day.

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shellatreille
shellatreille

Artist, Photographer, Writer, Creative Innovator, Website / Graphic Designer, & Human Resources Manager in Orem, Utah. I enjoy learning new things, traveling to historic, paranormal, & abandoned places, rock hounding, museums, technology, & the abstract.


returnsyourgazeart
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This blog will showcase my photography, art, short stories, poetry, and recipes. It will be abstract and colorful. My website: www.ReturnsYourGazeArt.com and www.shellatreille.com

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