shayarisms4lovers June18 281 - Resurrection | A Poem by Christine Emmert

Resurrection | A Poem by Christine Emmert

The elephant ears are ready to listen, unrolling more each day to bird’s insistent call. The grapes promise they will come once the rain is dried off in summer’s slow warmth. Again my garden grows. Poppies give way to day lilies and then a profusion of blossoms less exclusive. Busy insects mark off the seconds of their short life in singing. I have lasted through many resurrections and many dyings of the seasons. At night when the garden closes down stars prevail on high, reminding me that light displaced will find us out even in the quiet of our slumber.

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