Moroccan Lanterns by Jacqueline Nash

Moroccan Lanterns

Darkness;
Moroccan
lanterns
scatter diffused
coloured light
creating patterns
on surfaces
through perforated
metal frames;
enchanting.

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2 Responses to Moroccan Lanterns by Jacqueline Nash

  1. I think I’ve read this one before. It’s lovely anyway.

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  2. jcnashpoems says:

    Thank you Jane. You probably read it on Twitter, most of my Twitter micropoems end up on here, sometimes with a few amendments, it enables them to be read by a different audience. 🙂

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