Category Archives: Poetry

Early Autumn

Early autumn in the garden Hot, but no longer oppressive Summer plants Still alive, but haggard Green, but no longer glorious Autumn plants Gaining their vestments But not yet crowned Transforming, and not yet radiant The breeze stirs the leaves, … Continue reading

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Evenings with Emily: This is my letter to the World

In honor of National Poetry Month, I am starting a new series of posts titled Evenings with Emily. One evening last week, it was time for bed, but I couldn’t get my mind to settle down. So I picked up … Continue reading

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