Tag: Emily Dickinson

Wet and Dry

A light exists in springNot present on the yearAt any other period.When March is scarcely here ~ Emily Dickinson ~ Sodden fields, clay that clings tenaciously to boots but at the end of another mostly wet winter, some sunshine with a little warmth in… Continue Reading “Wet and Dry”

cold comfort

Covered this poem with just 44 words for Merrill’s quadrille prompt: Blanket

Sunset in a cup

“Bring me the sunset in a cup,Reckon the morning’s flagons up,And say how many dew;Tell me how far the morning leaps,Tell me what time the weaver sleeps  Who spun the breadths of blue!” Emily Dickinson From such reservoirs we can ultimately fill our cups! This is… Continue Reading “Sunset in a cup”