Best Poem of Val Morehouse

Inherit The Earth
Fifty generations of moles contracted business
amid this grassy wood. Turreted trees provided all needs,
an easy Eden shingled green to lighten heavy
Junes with dew threading silver
droplets like spot-lit spiders puffed
from some emerald sky.

Trunks, those leggy pillars, feather the edges,
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Summer Twilight (Haiku)
Dusk, an evening star...
firefly in the garden,
July moon rising. . . .
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