Art of burning man

Psychedelic dreamscape

Sand washes the horizon into a crisp baked shell

Crusted nights under stars

Where the sea life swims in moon gardens of life.

They come here

Dancing creatures through a haze of smoke

Whirling to the rhythm

Natures drumbeat kicking vibes in the air

Moving the atmosphere in a cloud of dust

Cities burn to ash and emptiness

Blowing on the wind

Of a moment never to be left behind

In a memory it rises up

Soaring above the crowd

A reborn Phoenix joins

The whale of space and time

Lingering like the scent

Cannabis wafts on heady clouds

Lost in a peace of a desert town of sand.

NaPoWriMo-Day 7 (lost and found)

    In the quiet peaceful woods I found a black button
    And my memory returned to long ago to the soft sad bear,
    Where had he gone or was he only a dream?

    Childhood days filter through my head like a wistful dream,
    I remember he kept losing an eye so she sewed on a black button.
    How those fingers of hers gently stitched that favorite bear.

    Many years she’s been gone, a thought too hard to bear
    Yet she still soothes me through that dark recurring dream
    Did she leave for me to find on that forest floor that small black button?

    Last night I had a dream of a button and the sad bear and she too was there again.

    Today’s prompt for NaPoWriMo day seven:
    The tritina is a shorter cousin to the sestina, involving three, three-line stanzas, and a final concluding line. Three “end words” are used to conclude the lines of each stanza, in a set pattern of ABC, CAB, BCA, and all three end words appear together in the final line.