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A Yule-Tide Poem

A Yule-Tide Poem

written by: Chad Norman

@ChadNormanPoet

 

One night only
the dreams settle down,
one in particular
comes through
like somebody
opening the door
when a movie is playing
and quickly finds a seat.
I had that dream
last night
where all the crows
of the passing roost
wore red ribbons
around their necks,
and when I
woke up
I found it
Christmas morning,
then the wind let me
return to sleep,
I fell in deeper
because of the bells.

Chad Norman

Chad Norman

Chad Norman lives and writes in Truro, Nova Scotia. In 1992 he was awarded the Gwendolyn MacEwen Memorial Award For Poetry, the judges were Margaret Atwood, Barry Callaghan, and Al Purdy. His poems appear in journals, magazines, anthologies around the world. A new book, A Matter Of Inclusion is due out soon.
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