Poetry Blogs (florescent)

florescent (Remove filter)

Popular last 30 days

Recent Comments

Greg Freeman on The Ties That Bind (26 minutes ago)

Greg Freeman on The Librarian (55 minutes ago)

keith jeffries on The Ties That Bind (57 minutes ago)

keith jeffries on I slept with a girl (revised for new book) (1 hour ago)

keith jeffries on Restaurant (1 hour ago)

keith jeffries on Magnolia (1 hour ago)

M.C. Newberry on PROTEST (2 hours ago)

Dorothy Webb on ABOUT A GIRL - for my granddaughter (3 hours ago)

Dorothy Webb on The Ties That Bind (3 hours ago)

Graham Sherwood on This Friday (3 hours ago)

Buried in the Sunlight

This poem is for all those who find this life a trial. Keep on keeping on, as someone once remarked.

 

Buried in the Sunlight

 

Eleanor played the pipes as a piper should,

flying light with grace and flair and swing,

with airs like a wind band in the deep greenwood:

dancing her careless heart towards an Appalachian spring.

All who knew her, all for whom her life seemed bles...

Read and leave comments (2)

Appalachiancagescarelessdancingdepressedfieldgateflorescentfutileleavenpeacepiperreason

This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse, you are agreeing to our use of cookies.

Find out more Hide this message