Stanislaus Quatrain

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Linger down good ol’ Briggsmore or McHenry;

sun-bathed tulip trees and queen palms line these

rarely wet streets plastered with autumns’ leaves.

Murmurations of starlings eclipse Scenic’s foothills.

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Submitted to MoSt for inclusion in the Stanislaus Poem.

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I love apologetics and philosophy. A para-educator (autism) for five years, I am a very part-time undergraduate student and moonlight as a freelancer. You can follow me on Twitter @Ichthus77 or connect with the Ichthus77 community on Facebook, or catch up with me on Google+.
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3 Responses to Stanislaus Quatrain

  1. Iris Orpi says:

    Wow. *exhale*
    You have painted a spiced, wet picture and I was transported to it. This was moody, flavored, infused. Fine, fine poem. :)

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