Friday, February 5, 2016

Montana Skies--By Connie Marcum Wong--United States

Montana Skies

Bison blaze through winter white
In stark contrast with the snow.
Montana skies wrap them in the
Frigid air as nostrils release their
Warm breath while they search
For grasses beneath the snow.
Low fog filters through the pines
As a welcome warming sun rises.
An eagle watches with vested vision.

Connie Marcum Wong has been the Web Mistress of a private poetry forum Poetry for Thought since October 1999. Her poetry has been in many publications, anthologies, magazines, and e-zines over the years. She published her first poetry chapbook, Island Creations in 2005. In 2007, Heart Blossoms was published. In January 2010, an anthology, A Poetry Bridge to All Nations, was published by Lulu Enterprises, Inc. Connie created the 'Constanza' poetry form in 2007 and Con-Verse form in 2010. She has resided with her husband in Hawaii since 1980.

5 comments:

  1. Beutiful imagery Connie. I alsways love your poetry Robert Hewett

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  2. You have painted a lovely picture in this white and cold winter environment, Connie. I love your imagery which transmits a stark contrast between warmth and cold. ~ Regards // paul

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  3. Connie, thank you for this picturesque poem. I enjoyed it. It reminded me of a wildlife show I was watching one evening where Bison in Yellowstone National Park were forging for grass under the many inches of snow. Thank you for sharing and continued blessings!

    -MJ (www.tgbtgpublictions.com)

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  4. Is this the Constanza, Connie? I enjoyed it as well.

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