Thursday, April 6, 2017

The Orange Hand and The Little White Man - NaPoWriMo

The Orange Hand and The Little White Man
I am invisible
At 13th and Colton.
The right turners
Make the orange hand flare
But never for long,
Never long enough.
I am invisible.

I am invisible.
I sit and wait a minute
With the little white man
Not quite mocking.
And then just blow the red light.
I am invisible, after all.
Note:  This is an installment of my endeavor to write a Poem-A-Day in honor of April being National Poetry Month.  If you want to take part in the annual celebration of all thing poetry consider signing up to receive a poem each day in your email courtesy of the Academy of American Poets.  Or take participate in Poem-in-Your-Pocket Day on April 27th.  There are also loads of Poem-a-Day challenges on the local and international level to inspire creativity and hone the art of poetry writing.

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