Tag Archives: autumn

Poem: Buttercup Blossoms …an ode to acorn squash

From the box of winter squash Sitting on the basement floor I chose a green and orange acorn squash. Walking up the stairs I pondered recipes. Upstairs in the kitchen I washed off the dirt, A bit of the nearby farm, From whence it came. I sliced it in half An autumn bouquet appeared Golden orange Buttercup blossoms. So beautiful, so […]

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Poem: Pollack Popcorn

  Reds and orangesSplatter and sprayExplosionCaught mid-airPollack popcorn —About the poem:Such a sight today as I walked from the bus to work. The tree seemed caught slow motion between summer and autumn, like a Jackson Pollock painting. (This is fun! You can try your hand at interactive drip painting Pollack-style here.) Enjoying life is often as […]

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Poem: As Summer Meets Fall

The red watermelon fruit The lettuce, limes and cucumber Look beautiful All gathered together And saying goodbye Against a backdrop of Yellows and oranges leaves Leaning in the cool breeze As summer meets fall — About the poem: Well, that watermelon has been sitting there for a few days now so it was ready. I […]

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