Best Poem of Dan Little

The Approaching Winter
On a day as black as so
There’s simply nothing left to let go
And beneath all the tears of regret
Lies the place where we once met
In a time where we were gold
Where the memories of laughter
Were always new, and never old
And though the innocence of love
Took our hearts for a turn
I ask you now, t . . .
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Real Beauty
It’s a warm day
Yet there’s a cool and foreshadowing breeze
As the spectrum of leaves break free of their mothers and fathers
I carry myself down the asphalt path
A beautiful bird perched upon the directory sign
A middle aged woman, brown hair and glasses
Her world frozen in time
Captured by the voice of thi . . .
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