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At Dawn

by Andrew Williams

A warm draft—

lank green blades and

tawny dandelions lean

like Pisa’s tower.

A friendly oak entertains

a lark and wild ivy

gnaws at the cottage’s

stucco skin.

Along the meadow,

an old truck coughs

as the gray haze

turns to gold.

About the author:

Andrew Williams is a poet living In Pennsylvania, USA. He has been been published in various magazines and journals such as The BeZine Quarterly, Briefly Zine, Fevers of the Mind, Ink Sweat & Tears, Red Eft Review, Trouvaille Review, among others. He is also the editor of East Ridge Review, a poetry review platform. Twitter: @eastridgereview

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