Description: This goes along with an ink drawing I did which, to me, was very Native American Indian influenced. If you've ever seen a Kachina Doll then it was like that and with a glowing sun and moon at top & bottom.
The sun was setting at the river and a red tailed hawk was my spirit guide of illumination.
A lil strange @ first but i think this poems takes alil thinking and understanding to get i think i got it tho .Great Read Line By line it all just came together good use of metaphors And grammer Overall a Good read glad I had the chance to Enjoy it .By the way Iím No Talent Check out some of my work sometime aight.
It is a very terse piece. I always enjoy nature in poetry and have watched a red tailed hawk sitting just 25 ft from me at our lake house in Minnesota. Large birds of prey are certainly inspirational in their majesty and I can feel that inspiration in this poem. I think you express a very personal 'epiphany' in this writing and it comes through beautifully. Dan
In the way which Haikus attempt to ensnare through simplicity something so beautiful words should not be used to describe it, your poem aspire to describe the indescribable. I have always found simplicity to be the only way in which a person can convey insurmountable beauty. The only suggestion would be to remove the abstract idea of "Truth". Leave it up to the simple moment to convey abstract ideas. I love your poem though.