The Last Of May - Poem by Richard George
Acid green new growth:
dazzle-glimmer dying sun
ripens into gold.
The garden hushes.
I cuddle to the cool back
of the grass goddess.
Grey remains of cloud
straggle home to roost along
the blond horizon.
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