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Remind me again by OrlandoPoet

OrlandoPoet | Feb 23rd, 2018 | poetry | No Comments

Poem

Remind me again, my dear
what it means
to fallow fields of irises, tulips
and to machine the hard, embittered soil
to find the joy within the black earth
to wonder at the planting of our mirth
springing forth
in our collective memories

Poet Bio

Carlton T Johnson, a native of Maryland has lived the past 10 years in Winter Park, Florida. He is an educator and a tutor of Math and Science. He is a member of the Florida Poetry Association. His works have appeared in the FSPA and Central Florida Poets anthologies as well as a few online locations like Breakfast Poetry, Provo Canyon Review, and most recently , Haikuniverse. One of his poems (Tour of Flanders) was included in the 2014 K9 for Warriors Veterans’ Day Program

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