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A Shelter We Might Share – A Poem

A Shelter We Might Share
Have you a shelter
we might share
somewhere
deep in the woods
and the mist
with leaves for a roof
and leaves for a floor?
If so
I know someone,
with a compass
set for
there,
who happens
to like leaves in her hair.

Ellespeth

About Ellespeth

I'm a poet. Sometimes I write stories and other nonsense. Ellespeth

11 comments on “A Shelter We Might Share – A Poem

  1. Aww, this is so sweet. 😉

  2. Lovely alliterative rhythm and lighthearted sentiment. Nice way to start my day. Thanks for posting!

    Reminds me of a Carl Sandburg poem about travel to distant stars.

  3. Light and airy like a whisper. 🙂

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