Sue Gleason and Gena Stutzman

Sue Gleason

The Feather
By Gena Stutzman
Inspiration piece

the knowing wind lifts feathers

placing some along the lonely roadside

others are placed in summer gardens

between rows of arugula and lacy, fragrant dill

how many feathers have you stumbled upon?

have you imagined the stories they have for you?

we delighted as we discovered our feather

glossy, black, and glistening on our sidewalk

we brought it home

and glued it next to

a bright yellow paper star

as we sang Twinkle, Twinkle

we titled it, Things That Sparkle, Float, and Fly

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