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Bushy Bluestem (Click to enlarge)
not every sedge
seeks out the sharpened
scythe. Seed-heavy, slender,
spread without restraint or care
they nod before the rising wind,
weaving and whispering deep-rooted
wisdom – the heart of the prairie preserved.
Comments always are welcome. The photo of the Texas native grass, called bushy bluestem, is mine.
For more information on the Etheree, a syllabic poem that, in its basic form, contains ten lines and a total of fifty-five syllables, please click here.