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Winter Solstice

early morning wind;

snow blows

through the darkness

onto the garden shed

river birch leans

into a flaky

cloud  of feathers

on the roof

a pigeon nest rocks

twigs and grass

fly by my window

(c) Mary Harrison, 12-21-12

Disabled

I wake early

to lengthen the days

bedroom

shrouded in memories—

photos, shells, stones

yesterday’s  triumphs

and failures

measuring

the bones

(c) Mary Harrison 12-22-12

Winter

morning stillness

a lone robin

invokes spring

“tzeeup, tzeeup”

frost gathers

on the sweet

gum tree

clings to the fruit

glistens on the grass

below

early face of morning

smooths

my spiny soul

(c) Mary Harrison 12-22-12

 

 

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