Daily Archives: April 12, 2017

A Birthday Poem – Ted Kooser

Just past dawn, the sun stands with its heavy red head in a black stanchion of trees, waiting for someone to come with his bucket for the foamy white light, and then a long day in the pasture. I too … Continue reading

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Birth-Day Wishes – Frank Gutsche

Windy beach, summer jests,  little girl dipping her toes in cold sand,  in shivered moments of water she froze. Apple trees, bright leafy days,  gentle breeze, cat chased bird,  magic backyard witches’ shed,  mother’s angry words. Ancient pirate’s treasure,  locked … Continue reading

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Cherry Blossoms  – Frank Gutsche

The trees: White as wedding gowns. Shedding their blossoms, branches, crowns?  Like tears embarrassed, blow away free.  We sit. There is a path; under a tree.  People pass us by; time is slowed,  on a camera they’d fade into a … Continue reading

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