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Sunflowers Deer Park

11.02.22 The Daily Index

Poetry

We Have Known

What if the path chosen to hike
through a meadow up the rocky hill
past the wildflowers blooming free:
clover, yarrow, lupine, and more
then stopped so suddenly
at a homestead built stone by stone
with echos of the struggles left
of a home now tumbling down—
of distant cries of daily toil
of laughter when they’d joy
of worries when a sickness strikes
of music when life was blessed
and see that times of those long gone
held all of life’s hurt and hope
held them, faced them, and moved on
like those that we have known.

Sheri Edwards
11.02.22 308.365.22
Poetry/Photography
P22Wehaveknown

basalt and granite hillside covered in grasses and wildflowers with an old stone homestead in the ravine, crumbling with age

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Sheri Edwards View All

Geeky Gramma ~~
Retired Middle School Language Arts/Media Teacher ~~
Writer and Thinker~~
Art from the Heart

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