Poetry by Jeff Green

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by cricketjeff on April 20, 2009.  © Jeff Green, All rights reserved

In silence I survey the spring
As sunlight floods a greening field
The cheerful day conspires to bring
A solitude too well concealed
      Fresh leaves explode from everywhere
      So winter’s damages are healed
      But sadness takes me unaware
      A solitude too well concealed
For me your words are all around
Each time I read more is revealed
Today I’m sure that I have found
A solitude too well concealed
      In silence I survey the spring
      A solitude too well concealed
   

Author notes

A Kyrielle sonnet