Riley welch is a poet from texas living in Denver. She posts three original poems a week. 

Color Calander

Pale pinky summer nights,
That fade to solid green days,
Painted in brick.
Along the road.
And done in many ways.

Purple peachy autumn afternoons,
Where leaves fall red and orange.
And collage-y
Mosaics of memories and 60 degrees.

Deep yellow-mustard winters
but hopefully not the snow.
That melt into clear reflections
Showing all it knows.

Dim lit tan springs,
With rainbows of new life.
And relief from winters cold
Begging to hold for one more crisp night.

Riley Welch


Straight Lines