red geraniums. A poem by Joseph A Farina

red geraniums burnt sienna apartment buildings rise above the piazza blue shuttered windows, opened in the summer light ledges fringed with red geraniums tended by housebound tenants their ancestry from mountain farms and valley fields here in their urban gardens, reduced to single terra cotta pots they dip their hands in the contained earth dreamingContinue reading “red geraniums. A poem by Joseph A Farina”