Posts tagged ‘wyoming’

October 10, 2016

Old Faithful

by Miriam Hurdle


Underground water

Heated and rises.

Steam forms,

Bubbling upward.

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July 9, 2012

nymph — poem

by billgncs

A nymph is one of the small insects that hatch and drive the trout in mountain streams into a feeding frenzy, but it has other definitions:

Nymph alluring, I think of you
in field and stream, beneath Wyoming sunset
flowing water, cold, glacier fed
where pools seem quiet and unmoving

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