Memories of Green
—a poem by Michael Enevoldsen

Memories of Green

Once I felt this fleeting glimpse of green.
So fleeting that it became lost 
by the attraction of a sight
of a sound
of a thought.

What was once joyful of children’s play
became empty waves of air.
Being only memories of a playful moment in the sun.
Memories of green
lingering inside a hopeless place in my heart.

Michael Enevoldsen is a danish poet and photographer,. His poems have accepted and will soon appear in Lummox Poetry Anthology 4, Calliope: Literary and Visual Arts Magazine, Yellow Chair Review, Time of Singing and in an anthology by Aquillrelle.

* This poem is also included in a forthcoming issue of the Aquillrelle Anthology.

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