Poems and Poetry

Winter Light New York City | A Poem by G.S. Katz

quiet streets
walking my dog
neighbors nodding “good morning”
newspapers on the stoop
wet leaves
coffee brewing
sun breaking through
cascading between buildings
perfect winter air
crisp and inviting
the day awaits you
all the promise
make it happen…


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