Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Sunset Reflections--By Robert A. Dufresne--United States

Sunset Reflections

Florescent sherbet Cirrus puffs floating
o’er wavy ribbon candy horizon,
saffron sun beams in clear jello coating
licking a custard filled moon rising.

Marmalade splattered skies,
wisps of folded blueberry streaked batter,
devoured by my eyes,
imagination over matter.

Robert A. Dufresne was born in Vermont and raised on a dairy farm.
After four years in the Navy and trying his hand at a couple of
trades, he settled in as a self employed remodeling carpenter for
31 years. He and his wife moved to Florida in 1998, where he continued
his career. He began writing poetry in 2009 .


  1. This poem sounds dekliious. I could et it right up!

  2. Dear Rob, it's funny, but I was just looking at some clouds today and thought they looked like popcorn, another delicious treat. Clouds come and go, but sometimes we remember special ones -- and sometimes we get hungry! Great work, my friend! Love, Carolyn D.

  3. Dear Rob -

    Food Food glorious food.

    love custard filled moon rising