Day Thirteen Poem: Scarecrow Visits Van Gogh’s Wheatfield in Auvers

Robert Okaji is raising money for Brick Street Poetry. This is his wonderful response to my suggested title “Scarecrow Visits Van Gogh’s Wheatfield in Auvers”

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4 responses to “Day Thirteen Poem: Scarecrow Visits Van Gogh’s Wheatfield in Auvers”

  1. robertawrites235681907 says :

    An inspired poem, Kerfe.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Laura Bloomsbury says :

    this is one of those I wish I’d written this moments: Loved it!
    “who knew the faith of grain
    and light, the atomic distinction
    between stillness and the wind’s first
    flutter, the shape of loneliness
    and dark skies parted by song and
    wing.”

    Like

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