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The title of this piece is “Lilac’s Locus” but PoetrySoup will not allow apostrophes in the titling.
 
I am, somewhat surprisingly (to me, anyway) beginning a series of poetry-written-when-I-hear-the-geese-throughout-my-day.
 
 Lilac’s Locus


Clouds in contrast,
as night fades...

Hidden in the shadow-dark, underfoot -
astride the windblown crinkle-leaf of
a season ago, a violaceous crocus begins to dream
of the end of the dream-
time
and the skybowl (soon!) of light.

Cut through the indigo,
a black-fletched line;
one single goose.

Now two.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2018




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