In a Prettier Road

In a prettier road
The end goal of course is quite possibly far too short
To see the darkness of the sky
And yet the full moon rises tonight
With an obscurity that masks the night sky
An endless journey down the prettier road
Might be the tell tale signs of squirty roo
The top hat of teabag pillow
But as the leaves blow so do the trees
Upon his coffin lies a rose
A sweet rose lies down the prettier road

soon to be published…

editor’s note: this poem is a nice example of short verse in which the theme and purpose is executed in a perfectly concise manner. Your language drives straight to the point while incorporating sufficient details to give it a snapshot quality. The short verse of Ralph Waldo Emerson would be a terrific tool for you.