Return of The Eve, poetry by Franci Eugenia Hoffman at Spillwords.com

Return of The Eve

Return of The Eve

written by: Franci Eugenia Hoffman

@FranceH45083335

 

crowing in the night
blackbirds perched on the high wire
straining to listen
as ghostly wanderers roam
witches’ brew wafts sluggish air

woeful choirs caw caw
blackbirds perched on the high wire
straining to listen
black cats hone pounced positions
secrets sung from empty woods

moon flickers off and on
cosmos reveals its porch light
straining to listen
to witches guffawed cackles
standing on the edge of time
as souls recall Halloween

Franci Eugenia Hoffman

Franci Eugenia Hoffman

Franci enjoyed a dedicated career in the insurance industry for over 20 years being rewarded both professionally and personally. Now it’s time for Franci to follow her dreams by doing things she enjoys…spending time with family, learning, sharing, traveling, and writing poetry. Franci’s writing and creative endeavors can be found on her blog, Eugi’s Causerie. Franci has authored eBooks Fanciful Delights and Mama, me and Mother Nature, and also has writings at Spillwords, PoetrySoup, beBee, and various anthologies.
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