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The Trail
by Kathy Kopp

Sunday, February 03, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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This poem deals with loss, in this case the loss following separation from a loved one. My spouse of thirty-seven years can be credited with patience and stability that were an invaluable boost to me. It is my hope that the reader might relate to this loss and find some comfort for themselves and their friends.(It could be about hiking,too.)

A chickadee in minor thirds
talks me into childhood,
the time we picked blueberries
on a trail along the lake.

Hiking behind you like history
eclipsing my last footstep
in fresh dirt, your back
stooping to match steep terrain.

Heavy as Emeraude
my mother wore,
bouquet of the high country.
We forget the valley.

You’re leading me to summit –
heather hides all pain,
downhill we brush violet-pinks
insisting we tread lightly on them.
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Reviewed by Regis Auffray 3/11/2008
Your poetry is truly beautiful, Kathy. Your kinship with nature is strongly sensed as I read your verses. Thank you. Love and best wishes,

Reviewed by Jerry Engler 2/5/2008
You paint scenes of nature that appeal to me, somewhat like a common background only a little different. I like the detail and description you include in your poetry as well as the subtle....Jerry

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