In the Artwork Spotlight series of blog posts, the Layered Onion highlights a specific work by an artist in the community. These works could range from short stories to visual art to music and more!
Today, Linda is sharing her poem “Chrysanthemum.”
Chrysanthemum Tears fall gently from above, Nourishing the life still Preparing below. Wet feet put to bed with Frost stalling new Growth above. Your gift in 1970 and Fifty years later. Mums the memory of Your time with us. An annual reminder of Your charity to many. Amber, yellow, orange and Maroon. The colors of October. The colors of you. Emma, never forget the soul That embodies the name. Universal, you are whole.
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