A Poet's Double Life

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Three-Minute Poem: Winter Solstice

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Today’s three-minute poem is a found poem inspired by the Winter Solstice post of one of my favorite bloggers, Sion Dayson at Paris (im)perfect:

Winter Solstice

The shortest day, the one

with the least

light and true darkness.

Now

the light starts growing

again.

Happy Solstice!

Author: poetsdoublelife

Poet and data guru living in Durham, NC.

2 thoughts on “Three-Minute Poem: Winter Solstice

  1. Thank you for finding poetry in my post, Pam! I am honored!

  2. Thank you for finding poetry in my post, Pam! I am honored!

    Happy Solstice,
    Sion

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