Books by Erin E Kelly-Moen
by Erin E Kelly-Moen
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Recent poems by Erin E Kelly-Moen
Shallow Me Not
Decomposing Crystal Ridge
Copper Mountain's River
In a Poet's Eyes
The Meteorite and The Atom Bomb
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Sitting on the picnic table,
chilling in sky-blue cold,
thinking of starting
listening to sun-warmed birds
singing in the Spring.
‘Cooocooos’ from doves,
changing to ‘HhunhHs’
when cats are sighted below.
A rush of wings
as ferocious heads swing,
longing for warm morning meal.
A crow lands on
a swinging palm frond,
clattering with her feet;
she’s pulling fraying palm fibers
to bind her early nest; Ha,
she almost fell off!
over and over, softly booms out
amid the constant ‘coocoocoo’,
and the ‘twerttwert’ and the
Sunday morning reflections
will have to wait!
is composing rebirth!
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|Reviewed by andrea coltman
|This was a wonderful write I could hear the birds sing....best wishes Andrea|
|Reviewed by Jaclynn Huntington
|What a beautiful song you sing with your poetry. It ushers in spring with much joy! Well done!
|Reviewed by A Serviceable Villain
|Erin - a most enjoyable write. You can almost hear the birds sing!|
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|Erin you painted a word picture more beautiful than a Monet!Magical imagery!|
|Reviewed by Debashish Haar (Reader)
|Last verse was wonderful!|
|Reviewed by Trish - The Trickster
|Superb Erin....and how I can't wait. P.S. Fudge was superb too!|
|Reviewed by Londis Carpenter
|Talk about mental imagery from words.
I can see the whole thing like a
work of art hanging on a wall.
|Reviewed by jude forese
|nature always has first priority ;) lovely images ...|
|Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson
|Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie
|This was so lovely Erin,
|Reviewed by Leland Waldrip
|Beautiful reflections, Erin. I like this very much. My next post will be on nature as well.
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|As I leaned the the Central American jungle. It's the birds that tell the story.|
|Reviewed by Lori Moore
|Some great images. This was a joy to read.|