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Woman in a Wheel Chair


08.17.13 Posted in today's words by

Jean McLeod’s most recent poem to appear here was Reformation (July 2013).

Woman in a Wheel Chair
By Jean McLeod
Her winter skin
incandescent
in firefly light
holds beauty
unto even this age
silvery hair
glints like mica
curiosity creased velvet skin
and laugh lines illumine
past struggle and joy.
Her stillness
belies lively life
behind her eyes.
 


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