Brimstone by Clint Wastling

Brimstone Brimstone equals sulphur, the hue of rocks in  hills around Vernet, also the colour of butterflies rejuvenated by hibernation. Brimstone Yellows spiral in sunlight reincarnated in vernal glades, never alighting to be photographed. These fractals of sunlight mirrored our hike to Pic de la Pena, their yellow wings as dusty as the leaves they mimic, sulfurous streaks taking a little of hell to seed hope in heaven.

Clint Wastling’s poetry has been published in Dream Catcher...

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