Treasure Island

Seamus Hogan

(Ireland)

Hearth


For Seamus and Marie

A turf flame is more modest
Than that of well seasoned elm,
More at home in a smaller room.
But with a wedge of rain
Between here and the woodshed
What can be done?

Submitted: Sunday, March 30, 2008
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