Thursday, December 3, 2015

Collection of Ribbons a poem by Patricia Crandall

 

COLLECTION OF RIBBONS
 
Christmas illusions
linger
long after gifts lay exposed
beneath a glittering pine.
Ribbons
are collected
in a gold and silver box,
shimmery satin remnants
of a Merry Christmas holiday.
 
 

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