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An April Dawn
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Robert K. Johnson


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When I draw open
the kitchen curtains,
my patio
offers me
the yellow strength
of its daffodils.



© by Robert K Johnson.
Used here with the authorís permission.



Robert K. Johnson writes poems about our everyday world, which, he says, “has always gripped me much more than science-fiction worlds.”
A former English professor at Suffolk University in Boston, he was the poetry editor for Ibbetson Street magazine for several years. Robert is the author of four collections; he lives in a suburb near Boston.


 

 


Post New Comment:
Anastasia:
Brief and yet so full! Lovely!
Posted 04/22/2023 12:22 PM
Wilda Morris:
So concise! and lovely.
Posted 04/21/2023 10:58 AM
Jancan:
Concise, lovely
Posted 04/20/2023 05:34 PM
Lori Levy:
The line "the yellow strength" says it all. Great poem.
Posted 04/20/2023 02:04 PM
Michael:
Lovely in its simplicity, Robert . . . a look out of the window, for sure.
Posted 04/20/2023 12:27 PM
DavidTookey:
Love this poem. Here in the northwest we are having a very cool Spring. Result: all our blooms are lasting so much longer!
Posted 04/20/2023 11:49 AM
KevinArnold:
Theres hope in yellow.
Posted 04/20/2023 10:31 AM
Larry Schug:
Indeed, yellow has power.
Posted 04/20/2023 07:08 AM


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