A Terminal Case of Whimsy
Where do you hide your secret desire to write about spring in the fall?
What do you do when the winter howls, but summer's still on the tip of the tongue?
How many days till we meet again and laugh about not fitting in
To some old notion that we keep clinging to, like a single, well-meaning glove?
Joanna Kosowsky Dane
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