Monday, September 7, 2015

Georgia Poetry

I have recently published my poetry book with Kindle. Here is a poem from the book. I hope you will like it enough to check out the rest.
The book is titled: Respite: Ode to Owl Town Farm

Respite in Ellijay
The dirt road uphill and through
Brings wild flowers to sight
Welcoming my arrival                                                              
By day instead of night.

Crunching roads meander
Round turns shaded by pines
Shadows allow streaming sun
To touch melodious miles

Camouflaged by Hickory and Oak
Serene and peaceful break
Two roads converge toward
my cabin by the lake.

And herein lies my respite
The place where I retrieve
Energy for my spirit
Air for me to breathe.

© Natala Orobello

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