Wind (Friday Night Poetry Corner #267) by Ralph with coffee

Good ev ening and welcome to yet another Friday Night Poetry Corner. This week I am featuring a poem for the current season but with an underlying theme. I want you to figure it out and enjoy this well written poem written by a thoughtful writer— Ralph with coffee.

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Ralph with Coffee

cold winds rushes in
dead tree leaves in mid-air
dancing in a whirl wind

your warmth, so longed,
dwells in a prism of memories
still waiting, still charming

perhaps, one day,
our hands will touch.

11.26.2021

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On Location Series #34–Loch Raven Reservoir

Loch Raven Dam was initially constructed in the year of 1881. The chief purpose of the dam was to channel water from Lake Montebello to Lake Clifton. Further in time, a large lake was created to help increase the water supply in the local area, the township of Warren, which occurred in 1914. Even from … Continue reading On Location Series #34–Loch Raven Reservoir