I can't remember why

I was on my way somewhere But I can’t remember why I was worried about some detail But now I see only sky I think I have a

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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

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Poem: Magnificence

The glow of the light Outside in? Or inside out? The magnificence Is here Without a doubt — About the poem; Dang, the leaves are amazing. Looking at

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Poem: Watching the Leaves Fall

Yellow and brown Falling down The summer tree That shaded me Gave it all away On an October day — About the poem: My housemate Dexter impresses me

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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

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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

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Poem: Time to Let Go

  Let me learn to let go Like the maple tree That releases its leaves Without struggle When the leaves are most beautiful When it’s time to let

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Poem: Fall Fell

  Fall fell Then bounced What the hell? — About the poem: Today it was 89F (31.7C). A week or two ago, we found our jeans and were

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