Common Scents - Poem by Sandi Holland
Through the screen, and silent as a cat,
A puff of breeze nudges at my back,
As if to say, 'I want a whiff of that.'
Hovering near the Sunday evening fare,
She quickly lifts the fragrance simmering there,
Wafts it through the air.
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