A poem by Mary Bone

Cities of Light


I paint cities of light.

Inspiration is found

As neon lights reflect on

The wet streets

Below my window.

My paintbrush colors

A rainy sidewalk

On a dismal day.


About the poet:

Mary Bone has been writing short stories and poetry since the age of twelve. Her poems have been published at Oklahoma Today Magazine, Kritya, The Homestead Review, The Song Is, Duane’s Poetree Blogspot, Spillwords, The Writing Disorder, PPP Ezine, The Conclusion Magazine and forthcoming poetry from Digging Through The Fat/Digging, January 25th Issue and the March/April issue of Creative Expressions.


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