Wild Blueberry Poem by Rob Lamberton

Wild Blueberry

Rating: 5.0

Steep sloped approach
Purple stained hands and lips
Fresh mountain breeze
The scent of blueberries

Wild fall chill
I scramble for more
Will I ever get enough
My blueberry girl

Jayne Louise Davies 17 April 2023

Love this Rob! Thanks for sharing x

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LeeAnn Azzopardi 17 April 2023

Another wonderful poem Bravo! ! ! !

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Dr Dillip K Swain 17 April 2023

I loved your dream blueberry dear poet....beautifully penned!

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Rose Marie Juan-austin 17 April 2023

A beautiful poem depicting the many hurdles to overcome in life and love. Wonderful images and stunning poetic expressions. To my favorites.

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Pallavi Tripathi 19 April 2023

Loved reading it. More of such poems please!

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M.J. Lemon 18 April 2023

The last line delivers a great tonal shift. Much of the poem reminds me of Plath, and then the last line takes a terrific detour. Brilliant verse, Rob.

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Rob Lamberton 18 April 2023

Thank you all for the lovely feedback! My experiences with wild blueberries are enduring and lifelong! Glad to f

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Martinez Salotori 18 April 2023

I failed to decode the words yet I found it interesting.

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M. Asim Nehal 18 April 2023

If we keep our expectations in check, we will most likely be better satisfied. Fantastic message. Full *****

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