Deanna Samuels Poems

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Lost A Friend Today

Lost a friend today,
knew it was to be
but seemed too soon.
A good friend,

Being A Widow

Only a widow will know what you mean
To lose that dear man, you were one of a team

To be part of a group that know only couples

Lovers Reunited

The train pulls into the station
Passengers alight
Look around to see what direction to take
Some go at a brisk gait

Flight Delay

What a delay there has been today
Cold fresh blasting gusting winds have had their say
Several hours to wait as plane is late
Pushed back as inward flight held up in northern State

The Rain Fell Long And Heavily

The rain fell long and heavily last night
Its downfall creating a thunderstorm within
All through the dark hours the deluge fell until the morning light
Skies clearing, a glimpse of blue appeared, a new day begins

Ode To Fallen Leaves

The blaze of autumn has turned to brown and winter green
Fallen leaves in heaps reduced to saddened withering compost
Gardeners brooms, rakes and leaf blowers are out in force
Sweeping the crumpling foliage into compostable sacks

South West Ontario Scenes And Changing Seasons

South West Ontario, an area of almost 36,800 square kilometers
With a general rural population of about two and a half million
Surrounded by three of the Great Lakes, Ontario, Erie and Huron

Deep Into Autumn

On this clear cloudless day in mid-November
The deciduous trees are almost bare
A few bronzed fading leaves still hang on
The rest have fallen, lay upon the ground

How Soon

How soon
How soon will this country graveled road be lost to tarmacadam
As yet so far out into the sparsely inhabited farms and rural homes
Fields abound each side producing food crops for the population

Snow, On The Eve Of Lockdown

Once again, sitting quietly outside the grocery store
Snow was falling down in a steady unhurried journey
Not as the last time, when that sudden mini blizzard struck
As written about in "Snow Fell into A Blizzard" last April

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