Polar Kingdom – A Poem

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Autumn stirs the morning coffee with a cream pendulum,

Pressing Winter’s grind from the water of October’s Bodum.

Harvest, a time of gleaning, borne from fervent resolutions

In tilled soil; this year’s plans, aspirations and reflections

Germinated in the green house savannas of imagination,

Filling fall baskets of manifested regalia;

Skadi’s purse, dispensed as he prepares

To linger, in the polar kingdoms of Winter.

Published by Suzette Benjamin

Positive thinker, inspiration, sometimes writer, faith

4 thoughts on “Polar Kingdom – A Poem

  1. One word, gleaned speaks volumes, says it all, give thanks for the gathering in, tis a beautiful feeling, given the gkeaning.

    (Autumn stirs the morning coffee with a cream pendulum,

    Pressing Winter’s grind from the water of October’s Bodum.)

    Masterfully crafted, I love my coffee this way, and now it’s been a month and a Sunday since of user a Bodun.

    There is a lump in the throat, yet, it’s a choke of happy for him as he settles into his polar kingdom. Life.

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    1. So glad you enjoyed the poem and its nod to Winter’s pending arrival. Thank you for such beautifully fetching comments adorning them with genuine kindness.
      Always a pleasure to hear your fine words/read on the subject at hand. As ever, you are on point. Many happy returns of blessings to your day. And, Peace😊

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