OpenLinkNight #256

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Welcome to our last OpenLinkNight for 2019.   Whew, the year went so fast.    As you know, OpenLinkNight  is your opportunity to link 1 poem of your choice as this is no prompt-day. For those who missed the Mr Linky deadline the past week or this Tuesday’s poetics about “Echo..echo.,echo“, this is also your opportunity to share your poem.   Out of courtesy, please link back to dVerse Poets Pub if you are sharing your poem.

Our holiday break of 2 weeks is coming up here at the pub.   Where I am in Canada is freezing cold so wishing you all warm cheers and cozy reading.       

BY NANCY MCCLEERY

The backyard is one white sheet
Where we read in the bird tracks

The songs we hear. Delicate
Sparrow, heavier cardinal,

Filigree threads of chickadee.
And wing patterns where one flew

Low, then up and away, gone
To the woods but calling out

Clearly its bright epigrams.
More snow promised for tonight.

The postal van is stalled
In the road again, the mail

Will be late and any good news
Will reach us by hand.

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See you at the poetry trail. ~Grace~