Frederick Kesner

Bronze Star - 2,121 Points (28 August / St. Thomas University Hospital)

Chatterton's Redress - Poem by Frederick Kesner

(November 20,1752 – August 24,1770) fallen English poet

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We walk along magenta paths-
cool seeps into waning light,
bunches peer, ripe for the pick:
funny how they're sour to the lip;
beyond the copse in another's
field, silken amber honey flows.



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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 13, 2008



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