White

 

unaka mountain

white light

moves through a prism

tossing color into sky

like a million

pure water drops

dancing into

a rainbow.

In upper East Tennessee,

the Unaka mountains

were so named by

the Cherokee:

“unega.”

But those weathered

mountains

worn by time

wearing the brilliantly painted

tree-feathered

cap

reveal that “white”

covers

quite a range.

What colors

will bend out

of the light

shining on you

today?

*Photo credit should be given for this beauty, to  a friend of Kris Hawkins. (I don’t know the name.  But thanks for posting on Facebook!)

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