Carlee Marie II
[October 6, 1995]
colorfull leafmeal lie
where sheltered shy violets
celebrated spring's fullness (moments ago)
before summer came, covering with green
the flowers and fields, trees and hills.
Lunch in the park: acorns plop-a-top the table
while summer's last breeze of a pale blue sky
haunts the road with the scraping of scrawling oak leaves:
a breeze out of season on this day so briefly sun-kissed.
Evening comes, and the breeze follows me to the game.
A brilliant full moondazzlingwatches the field where
players and cheerleaders take turns in my attention.
The gorgeous blondeonly why I'm there
laughing and shouting, clapping and leaping
(ponytail waving with every turn),
sees me and smiles:
the moon is
© 1995 ELC
Some Poetry by E. L. Core: Carlee Marie
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(Created December 10, 1998; revised May 11, 2000)