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Wilson’s Snipe peeking out of some grasses photo by © Mia McPherson

Prairie Vespers:  when the chokecherries are black moon

“Red-winged Blackbird, Meadowlark

soft prairie songs

silence, coyotes listening on the horizon

*   *  *

more meadowlark songs, snipe winnowing

a few stars, planets appear to be floating in water

near the celestial moon

maybe she is

a winged one too.”

– Gwendolyn Morgan

This Sagittarius Full Moon invites us to a place of gratitude. With gratitude to Spell Jar Press for including a couple of my poems including Prairie Vespers (a snippet of poem above) in their newly released Moon Water anthology. https://www.spelljarpress.com

Snipe winnowing: https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Wilsons_Snipe/sounds#

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