Tag Archives: Jared Anthony Rich

Of Lace and Solder

Dragonflies and accusations Suffer summers, misconstrued, Enlaced with every tinge of solder. Youth pervades a jutting hill Like thorns and thistles sharpening the Dragonflies and accusations. Sympathy for enemies With veins of barbs and twisted wire Suffer summers, misconstrued. Carry … Continue reading

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Robin’s Song

Branches drip in patterned beat, Melting from the winter sun, Fragile to such rampant heat. Nature’s cleansing is now done, White has fallen prey to green, Melting from the winter sun, Leaves sporting their lively sheen, Robins sing my mother’s … Continue reading

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