WhiteTaking us through all the seasons in colors, these short poems by Joyce Sidman pack a velvet-covered punch, while Pamela Zagarenski’s illustrations invite long-lingering looks and sighs. Truly, I want to live in the world that Zagarenski sees.
traces its wet finger
on branches and stumps.
White dazzles day
and turns night
A wrestle, a romp,
winter tastes White.
Poetry Friday is hosted today by Irene Latham.
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