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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”

Spellbound

Taking paradox as literary device, I’ve chosen the Dunbar line to set the tone of this poem for my Poetics prompt: Beyond Meaning or The Resolution of Opposites

Winter woolies

“The sheep get up and make their many tracksAnd bear a load of snow upon their backs,And gnaw the frozen turnip to the groundWith sharp quick bite, and then go noising round” John Clare ~ Winter Sheep A just above freezing day and I… Continue Reading “Winter woolies”