Poems by Laura Hanna

Archives: by Issue | by Author Name

Not Stones but Rain

by Laura Hanna

From Canary Spring 2016

Laura lives, writes, and drinks well water near the Alapaha River Shed.

You don’t want to begin working
until you study the bird

in the berry tree
feeding its young.

You notice your breath
fogging the window,

wonder what kind
of birds they are,

look up,
they’re gone.

Instruction
in the art of flight.




© 2017 Hippocket Press | ISSN 2574-0016 | Site by Winter Street Design