Tag Archives: Robert Frost

The Box

I’ve a box in the closet to keep the past old letters written returned unopened addresses unknown pictures of old friends gone to fading sepia of names forgotten And now & again I’ll look inside in search of who I … Continue reading

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The Winter Garden

The winter garden sleeps beneath its straw in rows of things gone bare where only worms work they but in the dark Turning the compost into the spring’s rich soil in circles of things now gone for new rows yet … Continue reading

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On Elections

The pull of the tribes seems irresistible when November looms with boxes to fill for status quo or change Like leaves on amber trees ballots turn tremble fall into appointed slots we call it democracy or is it tradition how … Continue reading

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Autumn Soliloquy

              The wind is up in the alder trees unsettling the leaves slowly going to amber with eviction notices peeling away one after the other In the fir tree the needles sing some song … Continue reading

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