Reflections

Poem By Gwendlyn Heleen Fairfax

Something utilitarian to obstruct the view
Is necessary for those of us who
prefer to relate
to our life of late.
In a manner reminiscent of the hue
of the grass
of the sun
miles of rippling waters
done on a pallet with a
background near the sky

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