Francie Lynch


Francie Lynch Poems

1. Thirty-Four Holes Make A Home 1/30/2014
2. I Was Just A Witness 1/30/2014
3. Walls 1/30/2014
4. Usk 1/30/2014
5. For You 1/29/2014
6. Sliding Into Home 1/29/2014
7. Were There Five? 1/31/2014
8. My Brothers 1/31/2014
9. Turn Away 1/31/2014
10. Tight Tonight 1/31/2014
11. The Green Brier Fire 1/31/2014
12. Petals 1/31/2014
13. Sonnets Still Spring 1/31/2014
14. Detailed And Deaf 1/31/2014
15. Maggie 1/31/2014
16. William Tell 2/2/2014
17. Expectations 2/2/2014
18. Borne On A Notion 2/3/2014
19. That Timeless Feeling 2/3/2014
20. Don'T You Know 2/3/2014
21. China Plate 2/4/2014
22. Patient Zero One 2/10/2014
23. Intimations On Fairway Play 2/13/2014
24. I Got You Babe 2/13/2014
25. Apocalyptic Talk 2/21/2014
26. Shediac Sirens 2/21/2014
27. Dancer 2/23/2014
28. For Some, For Now 2/27/2014
29. Let Winter 2/1/2014
30. Laura's Lullaby 2/1/2014
31. All Over Me 3/4/2014
32. In The Name Of Woman 3/10/2014
33. Never Give Up 3/12/2014
34. Granny Vacuumed 3/20/2014
35. Loyal Lies 4/7/2014
36. Fronts 4/8/2014
37. The Dream 4/9/2014
38. Ground Control 4/11/2014
39. A Poem Is Like A Tickle 4/12/2014
40. Don Quixote 4/15/2014
Best Poem of Francie Lynch

Mary Jane Died Last Night

The younger sister
Of the second wife
Of my dear friend
Of forty-five years
Died last night.

You didn't know her.

She died at fifty-six;
For many that's younger,
For more that's older;
For us, we knew her.

I really don't know why
I brought it up;
I shouldn't bother you.

She was...
a daughter, a sister,
a cousin, a niece;
an auntie, a mother,
then a grandmother;
There are many like her,
But none other.

There's more. She was...
a friend, a true friend,
a lover and healer;
a soul mate,
a life ...

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Winter Lights

Between autumn's offerings and spring's wings
Our winter lights are everything.
Crisp sky nights string tinsel streams, and
Crystal air heils winter's dreams.

Poplar trees that snowed in summer,
Are treasures held in winter's slumber.
Bare branches reach in silhouette,
For crowning stars where none now sit.

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