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Monday, June 29, 2009

these days I can’t read

without something crawling

across my page


my mother’s pansies

unwilling to forgive

days without water

4 comments:

John McDonald said...

great stuff
john

Alan Summers said...

Enjoyed these!

Poet in Residence said...

Like these two, especially the first because this year, instead ants, just for a change i have a plague of moths - it seems they were hiding in some forgotten nuts in the cellar

diana l. said...

Wonderful, both of them! I hate coming home from vacation precisely because there's always at least one "unforgiving" potted plant that the neighbor forgot to water (and it's often my favorite!)

Regarding the first, I can, unfortunately relate. (Gwilym, we've had both ants AND moths this year!)