a granddaughter’s grin
overflows her face
Issue 19.2 | 28 November 2019
Being lucky living in Queensland, Australia, we had plenty of various types of melons roadside and big barn stores offering them very cheaply.
I can imagine the fun for a child still seeing and reacting to the explosive texture of a melon! :-)
smell of watermelon…
the high sun factor face block
Publication credit: paper wasp (Australia, no known date)
Collection: "sundog, an australian year" (sunfast press 1997 reprinted 1998)
to a poem
to a world
You have a wonderful way with words, Marietta.
Thank you to the editors, and also to the poets who responded here. Thanks all for the kind words.
Such an apt image and description of a granddaughter's grin!
Oh, I can see it and smile myself at your granddaguther’s pleasure.
Thank you, Marietta.
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