Heather Z. Hanna
I Feel In You - Poem by Heather Z. Hanna
What do I feel in you?
A tiny flower
so perfect and seen only up close.
A violet blue butterfly
that never holds still to be quietly observed.
A breath of fog
escaping my touch as I advance.
An invisible breeze
blowing grass through the sunlight.
A hidden cricket
chirping in an unseen place yet the sound travels so clear.
A mushroom growing
after the rain in only a day.
A cloud floating
far and away.
A dropp of dew
clinging to the spiders new made web.
All these and more
do I feel in you.
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