Featured Poem: “Ohio Autumn”

OHIO POEM by Deborah Fleming

Cacophonous flock
above harvest field
spreading their sky-net

sideways falls and soars
medusoid in the pulsing
light of afternoon

under bundled clouds
neither to feed nor mate
before migration

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1 Comment

  1. miranda said,

    June 23, 2010 at 10:11 am

    wow, this poem is beaytiful… there’s only one thing i don’t understand. is this poem about the albatross?


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