The Green Silk Journal   

 MAY  2018

 

 

Irish Lion
 
May so Green-
Greener, Greenest.
Mornings crisp-
Afternoon soggy, hugging humidity
Everything's in the mode,
Effervescing on the eve of eventuality.
 
Tell me your story, Darlin'
About those lovely 
Top O' The Morning Glory vines
Appearing, singing on your trellis heart.
 
April May  - Knocked out by Progress,
Progressing, Progression.
Secret Conifer confessions
That finger a flowering.
 
And there it is-that stunning
Zorro Hydrangea
Singular and beautiful 
As a Lion in Ireland,
Remembering the sun sizzle,
But shining in the green.
 
That spot in my heart
A once uncrossable forest
With massive paws on Shamrocks crushed.
 
   ~Kimberly Hazelwood Haley
 
 
 
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Oh, Lovely Spring! 
 
 
Dear Readers and Writers,
 
Click on the Current Issue and savor the wonderful poets and storytelling for 
This Spring season!
 
Look for Fall issue deadlines TBA in July.
 
Have a wonderful summer, My Dears!
 
 
With Great Love and Appreciation,

~Kim Hazelwood Haley, editor

~Will Haley, co-editor

 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pushcart Prize Nominations for 2017:

 

The Green Silk Journal is proud to  nominate:

 

What Fells The Gulls Crying by Peter Magliocco from the Spring issue

and

High Steel Flyers by Tom Sheehan from the Winter issue.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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