NAPOWRIMO Day 4: Love’s Seasons
It feels like walking through the Willamette National Forest on a winter day, each snow-laden branch forms a white cathedral of trees that surround you, serene and breathtaking.
It feels warm on your skin like when you are roasting marshmallows in a roaring fire on a crisp fall day at the ranch in the Coburg Hills, glowing with laughter.
It feels like being in your favorite worn in college hoodie on a windy spring day at the craggy Oregon Coast, cozy and familiar.
It feels like a jump from a high rock into the cool rushing Rogue River in the height of summer, right after your raft survived the Class 5 rapids, exhilarating and free.
~Just L (April 4, 2018)
Author’s Note: NaPoWriMo Prompt – Write a poem that is about something abstract, but which discusses or describes that abstraction in the form of relentlessly concrete nouns. Adjectives are fine too!