by Laury A. Egan

I sit, watching, as the snow opts for disguise
as it tips the tops of the gray stockade fence,
painting white fingers on its pointed posts;
watching as the pearl-gray sky dims with
the shade of evening.

Laury A. Egan‘s poetry has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and has appeared in The Atlanta Review, The Emily Dickinson Awards Anthology, The Ledge Magazine, Icarus International, Grasslimb, Sea Stories, The Centrifugal Eye, and Main Channel Voices. A full-length poetry collection, Snow, Shadows, a Stranger is forthcoming from FootHills Publishing in January 2009.

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