Poems and Poetry

Tender Serenade | A Poem by G.S. Katz

Winter passing into Spring
Trees finally blooming
Flowers and green abound
A Zen parade on every corner
The cynic in me doesn’t trust it
But the optimist lurking deep wants it
Your sly smile, you whimsical glow
Make the dawn laugh at my damaged psyche
Crossing over the boulevard
To a land of shadow and light
I’ve been this way before
But never so tender as today


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