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Poem – Not Another (By JD Dehart)

Not Another
 
Not another poem
about the crunch of autumn
leaves; I would stuff
the leaves in my mouth,
chew them, and make
a collage.
Not another poem
about pristine snow; I’d
mark it with my humanity,
trying to write a sonnet
in human emotion on an
otherwise untouched canvas.
Not another poem about
the cold of reason; I find it
quite warm actually and in
the folded words of wise
books I kindle a comfort.

Author Bio:




JD DeHart is a writer and teacher. His poems have appeared at Origami Poetry and Gargouille, among other publications. He blogs at https://jddehartpoetry.blogspot.com








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