Tag Archives: poetry

Afternoon Sunlight

Afternoon sunlight Through the shoots of day lilies Please don’t step on them

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I Remember This

I remember this The hyacinths in their cones With bees everywhere

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A Seagull at Dawn

A seagull at dawn It only flaps once or twice The rest of us work

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The Old Copper Domes

The old copper domes of the university And the cloudless sky

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An Unrepaired Bridge

An unrepaired bridge An old sodium streetlight In its crook, the moon

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Above the Streetlight

Above the streetlights The morning star of venus Between them, sunrise

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Look up from the Street

Look up from the street That white and salmon house there With clouds behind it

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A Bird Woke Me Up

A bird woke me up. It’s too much like before. I hope it will snow.

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A Lavender Sky

A lavender sky An unusual color Between the buildings

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A Box in the Snow

A box in the snow We got it from ikea Bird tracks on its top

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