Blue Memories

} i.

a Montana mountain pass

1300 feet below
a little lake
mirrors
the cloudless-blue day

looking west
waves and waves
of peaks
fade
into a distant-blue haze
 
} ii.

the Minnesota River Valley

an early spring day

new-spring greens shimmer
against a blue sky
the color
of summer water

an Indigo Bunting
on a broken willow branch
sings
into the blue-blue day

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

M.A.H. Hinton grew up in Montana and lives in Minnesota. His publications include poetry in Spitball, Temenos, GFT, West Texas Literary Review, Blue Heron Review, Into the Void, Aji, Emerald Coast Review and Minnesota Review. He has also published several Western short stories.

 

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