Poem: Summer-Solstice Longest-Light Fathers-Day 2020 — Greg Hobbs

Summer-Solstice Longest-Light Fathers-Day 2020

My Wester-Pointed prow and rudder set for best intention,
Enter for that realm of light; Invite the sky to flash within

This hallowed earthern bowl; These throated-breasted-feathered
Beings cry, “I’m Here and Here and Here;” Stand forth the

Quaking Aspen, the Star-Shaped Columbine, the Wild Geranium!
I leave the mountain hold me up above the fruited plain.

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Shall we slice a piece of heaven’s tarp to fit Pike’s Peak?

Greg Hobbs 6/21/2020

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