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Cherries

While there are many wonderful blackberry poems,  I know only three poems about cherries, all from previous centuries–one by Thomas Campion, one by Robert Herrick, and this one, by D. H. Lawrence, that Larry mentioned as we were eating the … Continue reading

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Low key

The blog will be taking a short break here, with two winter haiku (or really just very short poems). Winter Haiku morning hidden in fog: a gift wrapped in cool white tissue torn wrapping paper piled by the fireplace the … Continue reading

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