James Jason Dye is a 26-year-old college student from Dubuque Iowa. He is a new writer whose poetry can be found on various publications such as Ampersand, Dogzplot, Poor Mojo’s Almanac, The Clockwise Cat, Aphelion, Calliope Nerve and Public Republic. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or check out his blog at http://jamesjdye.blogspot.com. You can also download his free poetry e-book at www.poemhunter.com
The Rose Again
The rose again above the mountain goes up the valley down. The wind lifts it off the ground its gravity pulling back around.
Ambush arose from its seat. A pillar of smoke arose in defeat.
The sun bowed down again.
The Fate of Night and Day
Darkness boasts the night. The Sun is down. Evening settles in.
The thickness blackens. Heavy is the weight. The gloom stagnates. The mass curdles.
Twilight congeals. It consumes the whole world. In the morning Dawn mourns.