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(1421) Morning Glory Vine - Iverson

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    Morning Glory Vine One year as late as October it crawled its tangled journey up the cyclone fence the trellis archway the apple tree was eye to eye with us in
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      Morning Glory Vine

      One year
      as late as October
      it crawled its tangled
      journey
      up the cyclone fence
      the trellis archway
      the apple tree

      was eye
      to eye
      with us
      in our second-story bedroom.
      We talked about it often,
      our own flag of red apple and blue glory.
      For how could we have
      ignored the beauty
      which followed us
      that year
      we married in July?

      - Ann Iverson


      Bio from: http://www.laurelpoetry.com/anniverson.html

      Ann Iverson is a visual artist and poet and has worked in education for years. She holds Masters degrees in both fine arts and liberal studies from Hamline University in St. Paul, MN. Her work has appeared in several literary magazines. Ann's second poetry collection, "Definite Space," was published by Holy Cow! Press. A few of her poems have been featured on Garrison Keillor's public radio segment, `Writer's Almanac.'
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