summer’s end—
I let the thimbleberry
rest on my tongue

9 Responses

  1. Alison H. Says:


  2. Billie Wilson Says:

    This is beautiful, Seren. I'm glad tinywords has a hard copy edition now, since it will be neat to have this in my library – and to enjoy it all over again when my copy arrives.

  3. Bruce H. Says:

    I can taste the fullness of the summer and the thimbleberry. Wonderful lightness!

  4. Seren Fargo Says:

    Thank you for the wonderful comments. Much appreciated.

  5. shaheen Says:

    winter threat
    i let the ice cream bite
    melt on my tongue

  6. Kala Ramesh Says:

    I add my praise, Seren.
    Simply lovely.
    Your verb choice is most apt

  7. Alan Summers Says:

    Very sensual.


  8. martin1223 Says:

    I missed your poem again but this is wonderful!

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