#FlashFictionFriday: Stolen Heaven

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Sunlight gently falling

On blue,

Lighting the green

Branches that support you,

Leaves that frame you.

Blue the color of

Heaven on good day,

Framed by a green

Limes would envy.

Sleep eluded me and

I was there at dawn,

Witnessing the splendor of


Stolen for a few brief moments

And illuminated by the sun.


Hydrangea © Connie J. Jasperson 2017 (author’s own photo)

Stolen Heaven © Connie J. Jasperson 2017


Filed under #FlashFictionFriday, Poetry, writing

3 responses to “#FlashFictionFriday: Stolen Heaven

  1. David P. Cantrell

    Very nicely done.

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  2. Stephen Swartz

    The flower has its power
    Yet mainly in the bower
    When the sun shines down
    And there’s fun in the town.

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