Monday, June 6, 2016

FLOWERS, FLAGS AWD FIREWORKS (a poem) by Patricia Crandall







FLOWERS, FLAGS AWD FIREWORKS
 
The full moon
is in attendance
to a regalia.
One star
shines queenly
among the luminous
but not bright,
opposite the natural
satellite of Earth.
Beholding the Galaxy,
are upturned, patriotic faces.
A carillon of 'Peepers'
pervade the cool night air
and fireflies shimmer
in the midst of
flowers, flags and fireworks.
 
 
 

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