“Wisteria” by Joan McNerney

Wisteria

Mysterious purple white wisteria
vines of flowery grapes gemmate
on branches wrapping tree trunks
wisteria enormous moonblooms delirious.

Wild mild wisteria wondrous
aromas falling idly from ferns
winding wandering through winds.

Wisteria purple white mysterious
lisping whispering softly luminous
as raindrops sparkle upon blossoms
enormous wisteria starlights delirious.

Author Bio:

Joan McNerney’s poetry has been included in numerous literary magazines such as Seven Circle PressDinner with the Muse, Warriors with Wings, Blueline, and Halcyon Days.  Four Bright Hills Press Anthologies, several Poppy Road Review Journals, and numerous Kind of A Hurricane Press Publications have accepted her work.  Her latest title is “Having Lunch with the Sky” and she has four Best of the Net nominations.

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Amarine Rose Ravenwood

Amarine Rose Ravenwood is one of the pen names of Lorraine Hall. As The Literary Librarian, she is committed to supporting fellow authors in every way she can, from author interviews to poetry hosting, to providing space for book promos and book advertisements, to referring authors to services they are seeking. She is also an author and poetess and loves working with words.

One thought on ““Wisteria” by Joan McNerney”

  1. Dear Joan,

    Congratulations on having another poem published in this beautiful journal. Good use of imagery to share your thoughts.

    I have also been published this month–“Two-Way Gratitude”–if you have time to take a peek. Wishing you the best with all your writing endeavors.

    Blessings,
    Karen

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