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in your fruit basket —
Black bananas are
all that’s available –
she goes without.
strawberries. cherries. and an angel’s kiss in Spring. my Summer wine. . . . the song still plays through the mist. in my skull. again. a bridge. I laugh. into Summer. I smile. into the memory vat. turning. to YouTube. to find her. Summer Wine. once again. Spring.
chilly Spring night
memories of an earlier day
Stains on my hands
I can bear.
with the sound
of the fruit blender . . .
Reblogged this on Failing at Haiku and commented:
my son’s high score
thinking of you
at work this morning–
the extra blend
in my smoothie
all the things I take
asked his favorite flavor
back to sleep,
dreaming of the same
Sunday in spring
at Judi’s Place
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