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Closing

What were hardy snowballs
of summer, fat white globes

drooping over gardens,
Annabelle hydrangeas

are now tainted green,
steering the season to a close,

August heat tinting tiny flowers,
stealing lacy bridal bouquets

from our wedding to summer.

 

 

Published by Fox Cry Review, Wisconsin 2012

Posted July 11, 2012 by perettipoems in Nature, POEMS & ART COPYRIGHTED, Poetry

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