This is a poem by my friend Suzanne Burke, that you don’t want to miss… trust me!
Hello, and thank you for making the time to drop by. I will be sharing one of my poems each week, from my wip “Glimpses Across the Barricades” A collection of my own takes on those moments that bring about change in our lives.
Glimpses Across the Barricades.
‘The Pigeon Lady’
A Story Poem.
By Suzanne Burke.
In loving memory of ‘Noelene’.
She fed pigeons in the park opposite my home.
The same bench each day she occupied; she never seemed to roam.
There she sat in the early morn and again at end of day.
On my way to work as I hurried by, she’d smile at me and say
“Good morning dear, a lovely day for your early morning walk.”
I nodded my response; I did not make the time to talk.
I’d quickly grab a coffee from the station coffee shop
and gulp it down as I…
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