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A Breeze on Farmer’s Curfew


07.25.10 Posted in today's words by

John Sherer’s most recent appearance here was Average, part of Contributor Series 5: Dramatis Personae. He writes about a variety of subjects and today’s poem feels a little more cryptic than some of his others. It evokes summer, late summer in fact, and it describes communing with nature, and it’s a lovely addition to John’s body of work. 

A Breeze on Farmer’s Curfew
By John Sherer

I find flowing fields
Cast in setting sun
Whisper, tall grass
Pass by my side
Cow bells to beckon
Summon and reckon
Whisper, the grass
Has swept me by




3 Responses to “A Breeze on Farmer’s Curfew”

  1. bobbie troy says:

    I like the feeling of this poem, and I especially like short poems.

  2. Val says:

    This poem is a ‘transporter’. The imagery is so exact that the reader is present. Brilliant.

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