Five Poems: Poem 5, Being the Last Day of the Week

For those who aren’t sure, ‘scythe’ and ‘withe’ are both pronounced with the short ‘i’ sound. Scythe is a large implement for cutting tall grass, and withe is a thin twine of natural grass used to bind things.

While some poems are not meant to be handicap accessible, they may become easier if  one doesn’t expect to find a lot of rational explicit meaning in them. Sometimes the content is primarily implicit and imaginative and musical.

Being the Last Day of the Week

Leaf’s point
Finger joint

brushes

Light drink
Lips brink

blushes

Belle chant
Slight slant

hushes

Deep scythe
White withe

rushes

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