Antithesis of Camouflage
by Robert Grant
Orion is a curious hunter: clothed
in light, he makes no effort
to conceal himself; his proud belt
broadcasts his presence—a piercing trumpet
in a sea of muted chimes.
Is it any wonder
he’s never caught anything?
Robert Grant is a poet-screenwriter whose poems have appeared in DASH Literary Journal, Mudfish, Typishly, and Medical Literary Messenger—as well as on numerous unsolicited postcards to family and friends. He has written a comedy (screenplay) and is currently at work on a family drama.