November to March in Nipomo

Cornflake covered limbs

   dripping with dry flecks

       ready for flight

Red haired witches

   dance in golden taffeta

     before combusting

Trees burning copper

   with clouds raining pennies

      lift from treetops

Crawling corn snakes

   Ignite fountains of honey

     in amber clusters

Several red foxes

   twist before settling down

     waggling their tails

A quiet flame

   rests as it breathes

       living exhalations

Fire lair breathing

   The dragon flies then lands

      silently as lair

A redtipped brush

   paints Eucalyptus leaves gold

       Monarch butterflies

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~ by dianeklammer on February 21, 2014.

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