The Fourth River

Tributaries: “Morning Glory”

By on June 28, 2017

By Fay L. Loomis


first blush of warmth
unfolds velvety purple face

withered glory

carpe mane
seize the morning



Fay L. Loomis, a nemophilist (haunter of the woods, one who loves the forest, its beauty, and its solitude), lives in upstate New York. A member of the Stone Ridge Library Writers, her poems and prose are published in print and online publications. Most recent pieces have appeared in Peacock Journal, Postcard Poems and Prose, and Watershed Review. Her poem, Eventide, appeared in the May issue of First Literary Review-East.