Psychedelic Sun Storm

One hundred trees blink and wave their eyes hello.
One thousand earthworms weave veils of petrichor.
One million raindrops croon a waltz.

In the eye of the storm,
all these hallucinations seem more true
than the thought I could be loved
by such a miracle as you.



"Blessings""Fairy Baby Crow" by Magic Love Crow
Visit her at her blog, Magic Love Crow, or her Etsy shop of the same name.




This poem was inspired by the prompt given by Magaly Guerrero's Dark Poetry for the Cruelest Month 2016: The Poesy of Side Effects (write a poem based on a side effect of drugs).

33 comments:

  1. Psychedelic heaven :D *is off to dance with faeries now* XXX

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  2. Pfffft. Stop discounting yourself, girl!

    I love the Magic Love Crow.

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    1. That crow is pretty darn perfect. So cheeky, cute and darn proud of it!

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  3. Ohh love this :D especially the reference to "In the eye of the storm,
    all these hallucinations seem more true.." Such exquisite work :D

    Lots of love,
    Sanaa

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    1. Falling in love can feel like the trippiest experience - you're dizzy with thoughts of the beloved, everything around you seems more beautiful.

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  4. This poem and wee crow look so damn good together. Now I want some of that stuff that makes you see the Fae.

    And what a yummy title, Rommy!

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    1. Aren't they perfect for each other? That crow is so cute!

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  5. Marvelous poem, Rommy, and how I love Magic Love Crow's illustration!

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    1. Thankee! I thought this was such a charming picture, I couldn't wait to show it off with a poem!

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  6. Beautiful! And you used the word petrichor - squeeeee!!!

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    1. It's a lovely word, isn't it? :)

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  7. I am in love with the image, that beautiful fairy crow. It plays nicely with your poem. Beautiful work!

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    1. Magic Love Crow does some really fantastic things with her crow series of art. She's been branching out into some fabulous abstract pieces too.

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    2. LOL...I answered while logged into my other email account, but that's me up there. There aren't too many Rommys out there.

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  8. Psychedelic waltz in the rain, sometimes love feels like this. Lovely poem Rommy!

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    1. The first rush of love is an exhilarating high.

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  9. I love your beautiful words, and Stacey's gorgeous crow fits so well with them.

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    1. I know right! I was looking through her work, and said, "That's the one!"

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  10. This sang to my old hippie soul! Perfect pairing with Stacy's little crow!

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    1. Yes! Exactly what I was going for! Groovy!

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  11. Awwww, you have touched my heart! Thank you Rommy! I love your words and how you used them with my painting! Big Hugs!

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    1. That wee fairy crow seemed like the perfect messenger for the breathless beginning of a love affair. :)

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  12. I love Stacy's picture and your poem! I know exactly how that feels!

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    1. It's a fabulous feeling if you don't mind a bit of vertigo every now and again.

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  13. Sigh..."petrichor" <3. That first rush is so bittersweet. It will never quite be that way again, but the memory remains.

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    1. Thank goodness for lovely memories. :)

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  14. Beautiful words, and Stacy's Baby Farie Crow was a perfecr choice!

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