Poems by Elizabeth Spencer Spragins

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On Reflection

a silent tree frog

clings to broken shelves of stone

rippled by the breeze

water colors blend and blur

illusions of perfection

 

Beads

clusters of black pearls

press into the palms of clouds—

a broken necklace

that slips between my fingers

rains upon this garden path

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Elizabeth Spencer Spragins is a poet, writer, and editor who taught in American community colleges for more than a decade. Her tanka and bardic verse in the Celtic style have been published extensively in Europe, Asia, and North America. She is the author of With No Bridle for the Breeze: Ungrounded Verse (Shanti Arts Publishing) and The Language of Bones: American Journeys Through Bardic Verse (Kelsay Books).

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