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


A shining blazing sun
Lights up the hot before evening but not afternoon
And cars with automatic lights 
Look out of place 
As they shine into already lit space
Blinding eyes by the sun and the streets
Looking into bright white LEDs 
And heat penetrates layers of jackets and the skin underneath lights up
Ablaze with sunlight
Beaming that hot almost evening but not afternoon. 

Riley welch

Gas-lit Stars

Favorite Fridays