Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Cherry Mountain

Cherry Mountain
In memory of:  Poet Nancy Simpson


Above the frost line
on Cherry Mountain,
daffodils spread a quilt


on Valentine's Day.
The rain crow cooing
above the frost line.


A breeze whispers your name,
muse flowing like a brook
on Cherry Mountain.


The mountain writer
leaves a legacy of words,
daffodils spread a Lone Star quilt.


              --Brenda Kay Ledford


Nancy was a dear friend.  Like many other writers, I studied poetry under her.  She was a mentor to many people and always encouraged us to express our creativity.  We will miss her very much.

3 comments:

  1. Hello Brenda, Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a comment.
    I'm sorry to hear that your friend and mentor, Nancy, died. She must have been a very special person.

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  2. A lovely poem, Brenda Kay. This truly honors Nancy. She would have loved it.
    Blessings,
    Joan

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  3. Such a lovely poem that honors Nancy, Brenda Kay. Her love for flowers and poetry and her mountain bind together in a quilt.

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