Tag: poetry

Ready for Some Color?

All this winter drab is making me crave color. Spring color, bright color, color that is bold, color that is muted. Any color, all color. Let’s all think of spring with azaleas blooming, a true hallmark of the American south, dotting the landscape and tucked with the trees. […]

A Friendship Rose

  YELLOW ROSES By J. Hooker Hamersley (1896) T’is the “old, old story” of youth and maid, Through memory’s chasms, re-echoing low, Of rich, yellow roses, a cluster he sent, In the long ago – In the long ago. A wee dainty note in its heart lay hid, […]