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The Silvery River
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Bobbi Sinha-Morey


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In my solace I stole away
from the Tea House after
working for most of the day,
ready for an idyllic repast,
a petite basket in my hand,
my wages tucked away in
an old cocoa tin; and as
I turned left by the lane
I caught the scent of young
roses in the air, the sky once
so bright and gleaming, now
the pale hours before evening.
A bicyclist swept past me;
an elderly citizen walked
her Pomeranian. I followed
the peaceful, fluttering path
of a butterfly, and I found
my way to the silvery river.
There on the grassy shore
I pulled out my unlined
notebook, begun with
a prayer from the heart,
and drew the natural life
all around me: the flight
of swallowtails, how they
arced in the sky; the curiosity
of dragonflies in the early
illumined night.


© by Bobbi Sinha-Morey.
Used here with the author’s permission
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Bobbi Sinha-Morey lives in the peaceful city of Central Point, Oregon, where she enjoys aerobics, knitting, reading, and enjoying the mornings with her husband. Bobbi loves listening to ‘60s music, has an impressive Marilyn Monroe collection, and is a big fan of "Charlie's Angels" and the classic series, "The Avengers.” She is the author of numerous collections of poetry.

                   

 


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Wilda Morris:
Lovely images!
Posted 05/26/2024 10:44 PM
Sharon Waller Knutson:
I also saw the silvery river.
Posted 05/23/2024 05:21 PM
Sharon Waller Knutson:
I loved this visual sensual poem. I walked in the speaker's shoes turning left by the lane, smelled the roses, saw the bicycle, Pomeranian, swallows and dragonflies in 'the early illuminated light.'
Posted 05/23/2024 05:20 PM
EstherJ:
I greatly enjoyed this, thank you.
Posted 05/23/2024 10:22 AM
wayne.goodling@yahoo.com:
Thank you for a wonderful poem that nurtured myheart.
Posted 05/23/2024 08:58 AM
peggy.turnbull:
Theres something timeless about this poem. It reached me at many places in my life.
Posted 05/23/2024 08:27 AM
Robert Currie:
Well-done. I was with you all the way.
Posted 05/22/2024 01:29 PM
Lori Levy:
Beautifully expressed.
Posted 05/22/2024 12:34 PM
Kelly Scott:
Thank you Bobbi for my" morning walk". It was lovely.
Posted 05/22/2024 09:42 AM
Larry Schug:
A poem of an artist about an artist and more so, about art.
Posted 05/22/2024 08:04 AM


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