FROST

Mornings (and days) have turned cooler here at 9, 120-feet elevation, and my thoughts have turned to frost–on windshields, on automobile bonnets, and . . . well, perhaps the couplet below will explain my early-morning, Labor Day adventure. (Darn that “boardwalk” down below in front of the Mercantile!)

Frost

It wasn’t frost on the pumpkin that laid me flat,

But an icy sidewalk where I slipped and sat.

©2016 Larry Dane Brimner, All Rights Reserved

 

2 Comments on “FROST

    • Thanks so much, Lesa. Yes, I think we all welcome “cooler” days; it’s the frosty, frigid ones I can do without at this chapter in my life. Cheers! P.S.: I’ll be using some of your book covers in talks at Georgia and Texas.

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