It must have been a week for citrus
zest and candles yellow and green;
I see a courtyard there and a lemon
tree whose unbound feet turn stones
to moss; a random toss of earth
incubating delphiniums for summer.
This week's Tuesday Poems (there are two) are by US poet, Lorine Neidecker; Susan Landry is the hub's editor. Please click on the quill for 'a random toss' of poems. . .