Richard Provencher


Richard Provencher Poems

1. Out Of Stars 8/11/2014
2. Today Is Lazy 8/11/2014
3. A Recipe Of Love 8/12/2014
4. Tonight Is Like A Raison 8/12/2014
5. I Spy For Reason 8/12/2014
6. A Rose In Blossom 8/14/2014
7. Riding For Glory 8/14/2014
8. Respite For My Soul 8/20/2014
9. The Whine Of Bad Habits 8/20/2014
10. The Author Of A Second Chance 8/24/2014
11. A Swim In Sentiment 8/26/2014
12. Follow Your Own Heart 8/26/2014
13. I Am Cast To The Sky 8/27/2014
14. Hey There Mr. Sandman 8/27/2014
15. I Am A Spoon 8/27/2014
16. Once Ambushed 8/30/2014
17. Life Should Be Full Of Smiles 8/31/2014
18. Memoirs 8/31/2014
19. Life Is A Knuckle 8/31/2014
20. Sparrows And Others 9/1/2014
21. Time To Get Out Of The Kitchen 9/1/2014
22. Manitoulin Island, Ontario 9/1/2014
23. Earthquake 9/1/2014
24. In This World 8/30/2014
25. Time Of Discontent 8/30/2014
26. Be A Man 8/30/2014
27. Life As A Feather 8/30/2014
28. For The Sake Of Memory 8/30/2014
29. Words & Thoughts On Pause 8/30/2014
30. World Deposit In Letters 8/26/2014
31. The Window Of Time 9/4/2014
32. Fort Louisbourg 9/8/2014
33. Today And Tomorrow 9/9/2014
34. The South Shore, Nova Scotia 9/10/2014
35. Don'T Go, Momma 9/10/2014
36. The Miner 9/10/2014
37. Cleaner, County Building 9/10/2014
38. Little Dyke Lake, Nova Scotia 9/10/2014
39. Time Passes By 9/14/2014
40. One Night 9/14/2014

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Blueberry Picking

August is a blue haze of
ripened fields,
hurried over by swarming pickers
this year of plenty. The Rakers eye
profits with stiffened backs,
juice-stained hands their colour
of success, bodies browned by the sun.
They scoop in delight, white
and blue buckets filled
to overflowing-

In my return to this land I can
smell the burning fields and
see their scorched October attire.
Once a breezy sea of blue
fertilized by bumblebees, now
picked clean from summer marauders.

See the fire, the scent of
tortured fields. Renewal is a ...

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Tonight Is Like A Raison

Day is arrested and night
has fallen
parking spots sprinkled with cars
their smoky exhausts
at rest
no longer fumes to protest

a light rain
cleanses strain from today's

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