Waterloo Bridge by Heather Ober
In London fog, the river stills.
In silver sleep, it cools and fills
with cobalt mist as dawn unfolds;
above the Thames, the sun bleeds gold.
Into the haze, it pours and pools
like melting opal, liquid jewels
until the brume of morning fades
to prune the sky with unseen blades
that slice the flaming clouds in two
to frame a glimpse of Waterloo.
This poem first appeared in Poetry Soup, an online forum.
Heather Ober is an aspiring poet living in Canada's national capital region.
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