Dawn, East and West (Sun and Moon)

Yellow flower blooming over Quincy Hill —
You think you’ll burn forever.

Seed head bowed white to the pines —
The merest wind, etcetera.

About Ray Sharp

Poet, endurance athlete, retired public health planner
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1 Response to Dawn, East and West (Sun and Moon)

  1. I love dandelions. I remember being maybe 3 and running half naked through my grandmother’s yard blowing all the tops off the ripe ones. Giggling, tripping… wowow fun and innocence.

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