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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 a published poet who writes an average of one poem per day. She's also written five novel-length stories, is working on two others, and hopes to be an author very soon. Cindy resides in the Desert Southwest of USA with D, her husband since 1993.
Cindy Medina

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