Waiting for Hamnet

Waiting for Hamnet

A Poem by Leslie Philibert

as you may read it

A collection of sights
Four gardens and a heathen cat
Trees of submission, open grass
(Hamnet still locked in light, somewhere)
Stretched hours nearly closed
(Perhaps a hint of him, hidden)
Word-strings up from the street, ignore
Hands of children, windmills
(Tomorrow maybe, just a chance) 

© 2020 Leslie Philibert

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I feel your words would enhance the beauty of any poetry publication...

Posted 1 Year Ago

I swear each time I read your poetry Leslie, I am transcended :) You have such a skill for visual poems and descriptions...a heathen cat instead of just cat for example))...excellent piece

Posted 1 Year Ago

Hands of children always remembered in everything we do, everything we see...
a subconscious message from the light...and if we are willing, we will get that message and understand it.
beautiful piece of poetry...

Posted 1 Year Ago

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Added on April 30, 2020
Last Updated on April 30, 2020


Leslie Philibert
Leslie Philibert

Bavaria, Germany

I`m not important. I just want to write a couple of good poems. Just read what I write. That`s enough. more..

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A Poem by Leslie Philibert