Jane Kenyon

(1947-1995 / United States)

Briefly It Enters, and Briefly Speaks


I am the blossom pressed in a book,
found again after two hundred years. . . .

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  • Rookie - 88 Points Ruth Walters (12/7/2009 4:20:00 PM)

    I enjoyed this poem, oh special one, a 200 year old pressed blossom, the surprise at the party that makes the party swing or the missing colour from the cotten box without which we cannot finish the dress. Ruthie: o) (Report) Reply

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