Category Archives: Poetry

Any Season

Lone walkers passing at a distance on a chilly, November beach. One voice carried on the wind rang out, “Beautiful, isn’t it?” “Always.” came the smiling response.

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Quiet Season

Long stretch of beach. Densely populated, so carefully groomed in summer. Left to seabirds and seaweed under leaden skies of late fall.

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Mellow Yellow

autumn’s golden glow mood as much as hue subtle and serene

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Swans

bonded life partners symbols of grace and beauty gliding on the marsh

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Cranberries

almost harvest time flooding of bogs in progress floating fruit to follow

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Rituals

  And the rituals of Fall begin in earnest once the thermostat calls for heat. Air conditioner vents closed, as the furnace assumes its place of dominance for the long months ahead. Mums and pumpkins guard the door. Squash and … Continue reading

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Great Britain

There were abbeys and castles, cream teas and Scottish pasties, daunting “full English” breakfasts. The history and grandeur of the Roman Baths, and the serenades of street musicians at every turn in lovely Bath Spa. The long climb to the … Continue reading

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Signs of Fall

Subtle signs of change. Newly quiet bike path strewn with a delicate dusting of leaves. Cluster bursts of color on a still green surround. Subdued sunlight flickering over a peaceful marsh.

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Red Boat

lone contrarian vivid dingy floats alone confident and proud

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Welcome September

Chapoquoit sunset splendid farewell to August welcome September

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