by Robin Peroldo
Down the native swarming banks,
are moss covered super highways.
Dragonflies whisk down river,
slight wings busy and unburdened.
Chasing sun portals of ancient ruin,
through damp cosmos of decay.
Berthing in green sulfur pools,
paved in our burial shells.
Robin Peroldo is a proud Florida writer from Volusia County. Her work has appeared in the Orlando Weekly, The Scribe, Seminole State College’s student newspaper, and Revelry Literary Magazine. She was also the 2007 prize winner of the Stephen Caldwell Wright Poetry Awards.