Category Archives: Poetry

Season of Light

  tiny tree with bare branches   blinking lights ease the darkness tiny gold balls capture and distribute the glow   Advertisements

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Thanksgiving Week Bread

crusty golden loaves answering a daily need that pies alone can’t fill

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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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