|"The Lovers' Boat" Albert Pinkham Ryder 1881|
Beneath a fading red sky you taught me to blush,
made poetry come alive.
I returned the favor. Sent you home
with my sighs in your pocket.
by Margaret Bednar.
This is for "Imaginary Garden with Real Toads - Play it Again #13" The archived challenge I chose was Mama Zen's Words Count - Twitter poetry - 140 characters or less.
My poem is exactly 140 (with no title). The image is one I took at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington D.C. I do not remember if "The Lovers' Boat" is really this red - I may have had my flash on which is unusual of me - but either way, I used it as inspiration for my poem.