Monday, July 6, 2020

“Nana Loves to Eat Strawberries” by Lisa Reynolds



Nana Loves to Eat Strawberries
She slips out at dawn
In her nightdress
Leaves foot prints
In dew rich grass
Towards a trellis
Covered in vines
While I watch
From a window
As she plucks
A red shaped heart
And brings it to her lips


Lisa Reynolds is a writer, living in Durham Region, Ontario, Canada. She writes poetry and short stories about observations that bring joy.
“Nana Loves to Eat Strawberries” was previously published on The Wild Word. For information about submitting to The Wild Word, see here.

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