September

Sharing a lovely poem by Sarah Russell

Sarah Russell Poetry

Black-eyed Susans gossip in the gullies
between the road and corn
past harvest,
clouds in feather boas waltz
through pale silk skies, and cows head home
for milking, while
the hawk holds vigil on a fence post.

– Sarah Russell

 First published in The Houseboat
 Republished inYour Daily Poem
 Submitted for Poets United Poetry Pantry
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Categories: Spewing

8 replies

  1. Thank you very much, Eugenia. I’m honored to be part of your beautiful blog.

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  2. I love the image of Black Eyes Susans gossiping.

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  3. Thanks for sharing the Poem, its lovely Eugenia, and I have these flowers in my home garden.. in there second year… and full of colour.. Love and warm hugs your way .. Sue xxx

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