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Memory Of A Reverie

written by: Cindy Medina



A memory recurred to me,
it was from my younger self:
Of bright blue August sky
a baseball diamond and
white stands surrounded by
eye-watering emerald grass.

Crack of wooden bat on ball
jubilant cheers drifting on
late golden afternoon sunshine
such that my uncle might've
loved - like radio and laughter.

Humid Illinois lies just beyond
Walnut Drive (oh no, it doesn't);
this sudden welcome memory
of a daydream reverie (not
a true memory)...

from my wistful younger self.

Cindy Medina

Cindy Medina

Cindy is working very hard at becoming a published author and poet. She has written five novel-length stories, is working on two others besides. Also nearly 200 Haiku poems and a handful of Western lyrical poems. Otherwise she's a lifelong amateur astronomer, weather watcher, avid reader, and (last but certainly not least) married 24 years to D.
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