Chiseled archway – A Poem

“Wood garage shed in summer”

At first glance Gothic styled trees chisel an archway,

Hiding a tattered wooden shed with its green canopy.

In gracious affinity encapsulating compassion, the tree

Perchance plots each branch at just the right schema,

Tucking in its leaves accentuating the facade’s patina.

Antiquing upscaling the grey tones of decades in situ,

Silently sculpting objet d’art from its weathered hue.

Published by Suzette Benjamin

Positive thinker, inspiration, sometimes writer, faith

14 thoughts on “Chiseled archway – A Poem

  1. Love your words. Your image conjures for me memories of times past and people, pivotal in my childhood that have gone on before me and makes me reminisce with some sadness on things lost.
    That yard and that shed has seen a lot of living.

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    1. Yes, Pene! Similar sentiments struck me as well. You said it far better than the poem -Bless your discerning spirit. Have an awesome day. Thank you for taking the time from your busy day to comment.

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