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WEDDING DRESS

The lights in her eyes

shut against the azure skies,

his tears fell on her lovingly folded

wedding dress

Morning Dew

When she was young

I sent her flowers,

skipped rocks

on mountain lakes,

fished in bubbling blue

rivers, sailed  toy boats

in tin wash tubs.

Then we were married,

raised a family who

skipped rocks

on mountain lakes,

fished in bubbling blue

rivers, sailed  toy boats

in wash tubs, married,

raised families and moved away.

Now the flowers I sent my beloved

are pressed between a leather-covered

Bible — still fresh in memory

as the morning dew.

Waiting

Spring flowers —

a grizzled man

looking for Winter’s snow

NATURE

Feathers in the cat’s

mouth — life, death

eternally

SO MANY MEMORIES

On a journey to visit

my parents’ graves,

I bring only memories

 

Spring

Baby Robin–

tugging at a worm

twice his size

WINTER CABIN

the grizzled poet

and his old dog huddle

together share a crust of bread

Peace, Love and Patchouli

Mental wanderings amongst stardust

Bending moments

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