Sound Stage

A sonnet about love and wind chimes

Kenneth Hagemeyer: Attribution-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic (CC BY-ND 2.0)

Let’s say this is our sound-stage by the sea.
We’ve tracked the wind to bring us back again.
Speaking in wooden tongues, wind tonks a name -
this bamboo wind chime tinkles in the tree.

Here coconuts are cake for you and me.
If only I could monkey up my game
and ankle-shimmy quick…

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Chris Mooney-Singh

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Published author and educator with a doctorate in creative writing. Get my free eBooks @ https://linktr.ee/chrismooneysingh

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