fragments

Two fragments from old poems written about the same time, and clearly written at this time of year:

marigolds

From The language of flowers:

[…] Shocking pink
petunias shout aloud,
while pompom marigolds,
in shades of summer, shine
like a myriad cartoon suns.

 
From In due season:

The hennaed heads of marigolds
rubberneck from roundabouts
and corporation window boxes shout
with yellow pansies.

Author: don't confuse the narrator

Exploring the boundary between writer and narrator through first person poetry, prose and opinion

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