Monday, November 13, 2017

Fragments of Poetry 17



"But see,
over there, like a
green wound in the shoulder
of the hill, like a new patch
in the quilt,
blazes a square of quite
improbable emerald.
With what audacity
the bright velvet assaults
our autumn senses:
each blade a reversal
of seasons, its upstart shoot
flagging the brief sun bursts,
the sap juicing to its tip,
ready, now, in November,
for the new year!"



~ from: "Winter Wheat" by Luci Shaw in Polishing the Petoskey Stone © 1990  p.125



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