Fuzzy

© Matthew Word Bain

seed heads I recognize
whose name I don’t recall
spikes like a punk rock hairdo
less prickly to the touch
than would seem by sight

not a thistle, I don’t think
but reminiscent of one
leaves much softer
and with blooms
more white than pink

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purveyor of stochastic resonance | pilgrim of blur | describing diaphaneity by way of ambiguity | https://www.patreon.com/matthewwordbain

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