Harry Seymour
Wonders of pollination / Bees buzzing to songs / Hummingbirds sing / In harmony / To the percussion / Of butterfly wings
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Warren Woessner
The Black Skimmer working its way / close to shore — too close / for the Red Knots that arrived / last night from Argentina.
poem
Harry Seymour
Juneteenth and Father’s Day Third week of June A double celebration Of fathers we know And those liberated
poem
Harry Seymour
Holly St. John Bergon
She would have remembered today’s blue sky / from summers at the Vineyard Sailing Camp / where she learned about tacking and heeling / and coming about on the calm or choppy / waters of the Lagoon.
poem

2022

The low profile of the mainland / Across Vineyard Sound / Swims into focus.
Just once each year / I can recapture something / Of childhood’s summer-scented magic.
Up the coast to another territory. Hollywood war music on the radio.

2021

This time of the year / Whispers in Santa’s ear / Elicit Ho, Ho, Hos / Smiles of children / Laughter of folklore.
A poem with seasonal reflections.
In a long row of pots along the side of the station / Blooms the garden of the garage’s mechanic.

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