SOLC Day 21: A Trio of Short Poems

March 2021 SOLC–Day 21
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Each morning this weekend,
I snuck away to the river,
eager to slip
a sliver of serenity
into this series
of “To Do List” days.

Cold nights linger
Winter clutches at the river
stakes her claim
with scattered hieroglyphics

against a winter weary scene
red winged blackbird
welcomes spring

12 thoughts on “SOLC Day 21: A Trio of Short Poems

  1. margaretsmn says:

    Lingering, weary, yet signs of hopeful warmer days coming. Watching spring unfold is a favorite pastime of mine.

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  2. Anonymous says:

    Beautiful

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  3. kd0602 says:

    “eager to slip a sliver of serenity into this series of “to do” list days” I love that line…and the photos! Just looking at them help me breathe more fully. Glad you took the time for yourself this weekend!

    Kim

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  4. JANEEN PIZZO says:

    These are divine! “Winter clutches at the river/stakes her claim/with scattered hieroglyphics” is one of my favorite lines of this year’s “Slice of Life” – captures that image beautifully with perfect word choice!

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  5. Winter clutches at the river… I love that description and that you included a really amazing photograph with it, too.

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  6. cvarsalona says:

    I am glad that you had the time to sneak away and bring us a beautiful trio of photos and accompanying poems, Molly. The 2nd one resonates with me with the words you chose to define the image.

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